And just to prove her versatility, here's a slower one, with 'Kentish Town Waltz':
What do you think? Doesn't Imelda May have a unique style and talent?
Linking up with Cate at Life Behind the Purple Door for Sunday Session.
|Family shot, complete with tongue; View from our picnic blanket|
|Clamshell Falls; A view further down the Gorge|
|Going through the motions of keeping dry|
|Clockwise from top right: Mystery find - is it eggs or seeds?; |
Rest break; Another rest break; Posing at the end of the 5km track
"A seed was deposited in the host tree's crown. It germinated and the first root descended to the soil.On our way home, we stopped at the Peanut Palace and tried a bag of hot peanuts--curry flavour. Yummy, but we could only eat a bit at a time, as they were very salty. Next time I want to try the Chilli flavoured ones, and then the Garlic.
Enriched by the soil, the fig developed aerial roots which encircled and eventually strangled the host tree.
The host tree then fell into a neighbouring tree - a stage unique to the development of the curtain fig tree. Vertical fig roots descended from the fig's trunk to form the curtain-like appearance.
Eventually the host tree rotted away leaving the free standing fig tree."
|Swallows stowing away in the lifejackets |
of the Kuranda Riverboat