October is Breast Cancer Awareness month.
Is that why Michelle wore a lovely shade of pink?
I thought this suit was very attractive, whyever she chose it!
See that tiny figure at the other end of the Watermall in our Qld Art Gallery?
That would be moi ....
I know, you can't see, but under a black jacket, I am wearing my recent effort,
the Red Poppy Dress:
Here are postcards of some of my favourites:
Upper Left: Maria Antonia Gonzaga, c. 1795 by Goya .
Goya shows us the beauty of an older woman.
Lower Left: Christ carrying the Cross c. 1565 by Titian
Titian makes Christ look us right in the eye - an amazing experience.
The Infanta Isabella Clara Eugenia and Magdalena Ruiz c. 1585 by Coello.
The most gorgeous life-size glittering painting of a Princess, complete with jewellery, embroidery and exquisite lace. She holds a cameo portrait of her father, King Philip II.
It is a jungle out there in the Red Cardinal Garden of Neglect.
Two Eastern Water Dragons are creeping in and around our pool.
The other morning Mr C went out to pick up the morning paper, and a hare jumped out of the rose garden ...
and took off at full speed down the street. I don't know who got the biggest fright!
Hares are not native to Australia, but were brought here byt he early settlers, possibly to provide food.
Later we discovered a section of the garden where all the bulbs had been dug up and vanished. Would hares do this?
In other news, our Hippeastrums are in bloom. Love 'em ...
Have a super duper weekend!