Something a little different for starters this week. I know my Army blog is finished but I have a couple of pictures left over. This M113 APC, call sign 9 was the C.O’s vehicle. It’s parked outside of the unit HQ and opposite the Officer’s Mess. I took this on a Sunday morning, I couldn’t believe it when I saw what had been done. The culprits were two, young Infantry officers who thought it might be funny to have a go at the Cavalry. They weren’t too smart, the military police followed the pink blotches of paint back to their rooms. Our Boss was not a happy man. One of the culprits actually lost his commission and was bundled back out into civvy street.
I know, I posted the top pic last week and some people thought it could be a lake. Well it’s definitely blue mist.
Quite a contrast here in colours, another sunset taken a few days ago. The clouds look like they’ve been shredded.
I do like this huge buttress of black rock, north of Ballina. It’s fighting a losing battle against the sea though. This picture will definitely look better in a new tab, and you will see the seagull. I’m sure they love photo-bombing.
This rock feature in New South Wales makes for a nice water-colour conversion.
Art is definitely in the eye of the beholder, this collection of painted eyes is next to the Magistrates Courts in Brisbane. Talk about keeping an eye on things.
This statue of a Wedgetail Eagle commemorates the service of Royal Australian Air Force personnel. It’s situated in the park near Queen Victoria’s statue from the other week.
This row of terrace houses from the 1800’s is situated in the bottom end of George Street, Brisbane.
This Egret kept a beady eye on me at Gatton.
I know it’s cute and I wasn’t going to put any in today but who could resist those droopy, tired little eyes on the joey. he’s comfy, its early morning and the sun is warming his little head.
That’s enough cute until next Wednesday folks, I know, you could pick him up and keep him on your pillow. I have to get out more I think and take some new shots. So until next week take care.