This is the blog of a 25-year-old bookmark. I proudly boast my own Hallmark serial number, 95 HBM 80-1.
Twenty-five years, and I don’t look a day older than one! Alas, I can’t say the same for my Travelling Companion. I spend most of my time inside a book (well, duh) while the TC sees the world. Read all about me and follow my blog posts to share my experiences as bookmark and travelling worm.
From time to time, I’ll say something meaningful. Like a t-shirt.
Today’s travel notes
I’ve been spending some time with flora and Peg recently. You’ll notice me, Peg and flora in the photographs below.
Have you ever been to Cape Town in South Africa? There’s some similarity between the Sydney vegetation and the Cape fynbos. Both specialise in low-key, low-down beauty. It can be hard to find, especially if you’re not a worm. But once you’ve moved past the drabness and started looking at the detail, there are some fairly pretty things to see.
This blog post is about Sydney. I’ll dig up some of the TC’s photographs of the Cape fynbos and write about it soon too. I promise. I know you’ll be eagerly awaiting my next post.
A worm’s eye view is also interesting from another perspective. Often, I get to see the bits that the plants are least proud of.
Don’t ever let yourself be photographed from below. It’s a very unflattering angle.
The book I’m in
Dead Famous, by Ben Elton.
A tip for my fans: Look out for my appearance on the next hip, bigged-up and mad-for-it reality TV show. I’ve had so many requests you’d hardly, like, believe and hey I’ll make my choice soon. One survivor, that’ll be me. I’m, like, dead sure of that.
Me and Peg hanging out under a rocky overhang with flora:
♥ As a special treat for you the faithful reader, the rest of the photographs are taken from the bottom looking up. That’s my usual perspective on life. It’s what keeps me so humble. ♥
The least flattering end of a bee:
Another bee derriere:
The underside of Old Man Banksia:
Another banksia I do believe, but there’s the faint possibility that I may be wrong:
Some cone clones:
A spray of grass:
It’s difficult to make a flower look bad, even from the bottom looking up:
Another distressingly pretty flower seen from down under:
And here’s the last bottoms-up flower:
That’s all for today dudes.