It has been a busy week with suicidal Roos and damaged cars but it doesn’t stop me form sharing photos with you. Sunset from the front veranda at home on Wednesday night.
I went out to take another sunset last week and this wallaby and her joey were soaking up the warmth.
I know, more kangaroos, clockwise, wallaby and her joey in the backyard. He’s anxious to get out and have a look. Words aren’t needed here for a forlorn looking joey with his mum. The same pair in obvious need of a blow dryer.
Ring-tailed Lemurs at the Dubbo zoo. They spend a lot of time airing their genitals on warm rocks and searching their fur for whatever it is they’ve misplaced.
The top picture is of the Japanese garden at Dubbo, New South Wales. The bottom is a view of what is probably weeds in a field outside of Dubbo.
The top picture is of the lighthouse at Byron Bay in New South Wales. This is the eastern most part of Australia. The bottom picture is of one of the cottages on the site.
Driftwood a surfer and Shags airing their wings at Ballina, New South Wales.
The lifeguard enjoying the heck out of his jet-ski near Coolum in Queensland. Sunset at Ballina and a steel fish. It’s about six feet long and situated on the boardwalk near the yacht club.
A feather on the beach converted into a watercolour painting.
Frangipani blooms converted to a watercolour painting.
That’s it for this week, short and sweet I know. As always if you open the pics in a new tab or window you will have a much better view. Until next week take care.