Coming Out of Winter

It’s 27ºC (80.6ºF) in harbour side Sydney today; so maybe it’s spring.

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The flowers are bursting forth; the deciduous trees are pushing out leaves.  There are baby figs on the White Adriatic!

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Photographs were taken today with my iPhone 5.

About Mary Tang

An urban orchardist everyday, a volunteer regularly, a poet sometimes and a blogger since March 2015. I travel when I can. Food is a constant.
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6 Responses to Coming Out of Winter

  1. clarencehui says:

    How I look forward to Spring? It is still summer here. Spring is real but not until 2016! Enjoy, thunderstorm and all!

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  2. mattb325 says:

    I love it. Everything is looking so lush. We even ended up with 18C here, so it was a great day to get out in the garden!

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  3. Your figs are a step ahead of ours! Lovely shots.

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    • Mary Tang says:

      Thank you – I think they may be leftovers from last season (breba crop) that may or may not be as good as the main crop. However, I’ve had some extra large fruit from a breba crop once. Fingers crossed :)

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