This is where you’ll find the writer’s room, second window from the left. I took this about three years ago, before the garden went wild. The structure on the top right is our solar power shed.
I’m having a little fun here, this young mum hopped onto the garden and naturally I took a few snaps. I never tire of seeing those little joeys coming out of the pouch.
This Old Man Roo was huge! By the time I ran into the house for the camera he had moved down off the garden. He stood well over 6 feet tall. There is only one thing on his mind and that is finding a willing mate. View this in another tab. Big pic, “Hmm, why can’t I ever get to that itchy bit. Left to right. “Just checking, seeing if it’s there.” – “G’day sweetie, just passing. Hmm, you smell nice.” – “Brace yourself, it’s all systems go.”
This is a Blue Tongue Lizard, a member of the Skink family. I found him in a friend’s backyard last week. A warm winter’s morning and he came out of hiding for a sunbake.
I spotted this yesterday on my way to Toowoomba. I call it ‘End of the road.’ Of course I had to play with the picture, having it as a line drawing and black and white.
Went along to a Truck show last week, this Mack, before I played with it was bright orange. I thought this looked snazzy cooled down as a line drawing.
A summer view of the Snowy Mountains in Kosciusko national Park.
A view of the Opera House in Sydney, taken from the ferry terminal.
A different view of the Harbour Bridge, I took this from a sailing ship as we headed up towards the western end of the harbour.
I thought this had a certain appeal to it. Mountain sheep on their rocky ledge in Taronga Park zoo, with the Sydney skyline behind them.
A few more than usual I know but I think it gives a wider view of what we have to offer down under. See you all next week for another mix.