This morning I set off for my morning walk at 7:00am. I could already feel the humidity and burning sun. After 20 mins in the heat I entered the cooler shade of the forest but I could feel the perpiration oozing as I climbed the hills, but I still had time to admire the native plants.The little cones of a Sheoak tree.
I saw these cute little berries but I don't know the plant. Maybe bloggers, Titania or Alice could help here.
I love the patterns that lichen makes as it grows over the rocks. Such a tiny plant.
Another native flower ,which I don't know the name. Methinks I should do some research.
The hot morning sun shines through a eucalyptus leaf just before it falls. We don't have Autumn leaves here in Brisbane but the leaves fall and renew all the year round and all the leaves don't fall at the same time. I guess its a bit like a dog moulting. When I got home I jumped into a cold shower and checked the temperature it was already 30C/86F at 8:30am. It is a sure reminder that summer starts in 2 days.