I pocket a white rabbit – on my desk from yesterday’s photo shoot – my phone, my camera and latch the door behind me, adventuring out on my weekly bush-walk. Spring has shed it’s wattle and is amassing flocks of seed, but other early bloomers remain – splashes of yellow and purple in the understory.
As I slip my lens cap in my pocket, the white rabbit nudges my fingers – it’s whiskers twitch as I hold it in my hand – click.
The tall Eucalypts – still shedding their winter coats of bark – a stark contrast to gardens in classic early editions of Wonderland.
©Annmarie Scott, 2016