[It is now late Autumn in Dreamland - downunder. Some freezing cold winds are here from the Antarctic. Soon we will have to wear thicker clothes, put another blanket on our bed, wear socks in bed, speak with slurry accents ;-) But Winter will come as it does every year. No, we don't have snow here in Latitude 25 South - Queensland (the Queen here is Queen Victoria of course). But let us wait to finish Autumn first. So continue with pictures in Autumn ;-) ]
Tillandsia (a bromeliad) showing fan-like flowers (about 3 inches wide and 6 inches long).
Chrismas zygocactus flowering in Autumn! Evidence of climate change?
Ryder the cattle dog decided to have rest from his duty (rounding up cattle) near a flowering vinca.
A banded snake was found when we dug to right up a post. Bandy-bandy snakes are rare and harmless so, the post was righted, the hole was covered and the snake was left alone.
Snowflake bushes are flowering too. But this picture is 2 Autumns ago when Andy the horse (lawn mower) was alive.