A Brief Botannical detour with Mum and Inaya
I had to move the cattle, then decided the back fences needed checking as well. Inaya came with me and carried the camera while I hunted around looking for any loose wires. As those in farming all know. Bad fences means stock getting out usually into the wrong places. Since we were down in the back of the farm Inaya asked if she could take a photo of a young nikau palm (Rhopalostylis sapida) These palms are the world's most southerly palms. This shot is hers.