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Old Jul 14, 2007, 7:00 AM   #1
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and I spent my day reading the absolutely intractable bureacratese of a tax return form. For a touch of sanity I popped just outside my study when the sun came out.

Of course its winter so most things are dead


though some are hopeful


and the grevillea has made a great start


and my wife had recently bought some carnations


back to the grind.....the adjusted cost base after a CGT event.....aarrgghhh

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Very nice. My favorite is the grevillea, which I have never seen before. Sorry about taxes. At least our tax day comes in the Spring.
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Old Jul 19, 2007, 2:21 AM   #3
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Thanks Steve. It's not that I mind paying taxes, I just hate the mangled language of tax forms, it does my head in.

The grevillea is an interesting family. An Australian native, species range from ground covers to shrubs to large trees. Most of the flowers have the spidery look but colours range reasonably widely. I have a few in the garden as they attract honey eaters like some of the parrots I have posted previously.

Here are a couple of different grevilleas:


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