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Sunbursts on the kawakawa

As I was working out this morning, I was entranced to see, through the window, the morning sun shining through the kawakawa that grows on the bank between our neighbour’s house and our section. Kawakawa is a native New Zealand plant, with large leaves with the occasional hole (see photo below). The wind was moving the leaves around, and as they would catch the sunlight, or it would shine through one of the holes, a starburst (or rather, sunburst) would sparkle through. The whole bush was flickering and sparkling at me until the sun gradually moved away.


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