There’s a small rose garden in Ferrymead Reserve – which is located on Bridle Path Road. The reserve is popular with dog walkers and I’ve seen a few rabbits (or hares) hopping around as well. It’s also a popular spot for people to have a picnic – with several picnics tables in the reserve. Thanks to whoever looks after the roses, your hard work is appreciated by the locals.
I’ve been admiring this flowering gum tree on Bridle Path Road. It looks to me like it is Corymbia ficifolia.
This pony was very curious when I went over to the fence to take a photo. It has some regular sized horses as paddock mates which emphasises just how small it is.
When I left the house the light was pretty average and overcast, but I had some hopes that the sun would peak through right at the end of the day. And voila, just like magic we got this most stunning sunset tonight. Wow. I was out for a walk around Ferrymead and down by the river it was surreal it was so beautiful.
And here’s a wee video I did as well.