As a consequence of these changes some of the links on the blog have been broken. I have re-established the links and am adding new content. On the right under “What’s new” are several new sheets with condensed information on the basics of gardening with California native plants.
Our travels in India began on December 2nd. We spent two months in Bombay, two months traveling, and now these final two months, April and May, are being spent in Bangalore. I have posted many pictures on Facebook because I have had neither the time nor a good enough internet connection to make blog posts. Although the following pictures have nothing to do with Wild Suburbia, I thought it may be nice to share some pictures from an amazing place.
Hampi is a small town in the southern part of India, in the state of Karnataka. It is known for its Hindu temples and ruins. Large granitic boulders give it a Joshua Tree kind of feel, with a tropical twist.
|Sugar cane, palm trees and boulders.|
|Ruins. No restoration, no preservation, no protection. Very eerie.|
|Hindu temple ruins.|
Check out a flickr for more pictures of Hampi.