At the end of a lane, an early blossoming orchard of apricot trees.
Keeping a watchful eye on all who pass, this dignified ginger and white beastie refused to make friends.
Afternoon shadows dance across the soft coloured cream and blue cottage with its matching spiked potplants.
These cement-lined furrows are part of the lei water system which irrigates the gardens of McGregor and provides a soft bubbling background for birdsong and insects.
Purple wisteria tumbles over the fence of this little cottage in a fragrant, colourful shower.
A cottage frontage so perfectly elegant that it just has to be a small antiques boutique.
This picture of the red vine leaves was actually taken during winter several years ago but I included it to show how there is alway colour in McGregor no matter what time of the year it is.
A guest house named Oblivion and there have been times this past year when I could have done with some of that.
The night watch.