Early autumn in Sydney is full of common garden katydid nymphs (Caedicia simplex). I am not quite so sure why this one has a thing for canna lily, or flower in general. I thought the colour pigment it eats would make it harder to camouflage from birds. But there you go, and there is another one behind the flower too.
It is Sydney spring rain in November that creates an inspiring morning in my own backyard. The tiny water drops on agapanthus look like crystal beads sparkling the garden.