Fjordland New Zealand is as spectacular as the fjords in Norway although the ones in Norway seemed to be more populated with people than those in New Zealand.
I was very grateful that I had bought a jacket. Despite my long sleeved vests it was freezing despite being summer.
In New Zealand there are still old jalopies getting around. This one though was souped up a little.
Back in Australia the alternate name for the kookaburra is the laughing jackass. These three weren’t laughing but posed nicely for me.
A tree, the jacaranda, which originates in South Africa grows well in subtropical Australia. The city of Grafton is lined with these trees and has an annual jacaranda festival. As the petals drop and turn to sludge the kids have fun running and sliding on them. I know, I used to do it.
It is the jasmine you are looking at in this photo but perhaps jackaroo and jillaby the kangaroos that are most likely wallabies are of more interest.
In response to Cee’s Fun foto Challenge