A varied offering this week viewers. Where’s the sun I hear you cry? Well I thought this daytime moon shot looked to be a winner this week. A touch of contrast and highlighting the blue and there you have it. Blue Moon.
This is the mountain range in front of our house. I took this after the rain last week and as you can see we have waterfalls. This picture was a little hard to take mainly because the clouds parted over the hills and the sun shone there. I shouldn’t complain it’s about 5 miles away.
Okay, so I like ducks and ducklings, these little blokes were resting up in the sun at Toowoomba in the Japanese gardens. The second pic is in one of those gravel gardens they have, where it’s all raked in patterns. I like the huge orb above the palm tree.
I haven’t put a windmill up for a little while. Took a drive down a dead end road yesterday and saw this. The water tank has seen better days though. The picture underneath is situated to the left of the mill.
This bridge crosses the Bremer river between Ipswich and North Ipswich, foot traffic only. It seemed to be something of a long haul for the trio having a smoke. I added a little light to the end to bring out the vehicle there.
I’m kind of happy with this picture, he sat there until I jumped out of the car, camera at the ready. I focused on the falcon when he sat on top of the pole (notice how sharp and clear the pole looks) and went to shoot; whooshka, he took off. I will endeavour to do better next time.
Ah, Kangaroos, this happy little family group were resting down the paddock on Sunday afternoon. The young fellow standing there is on guard duty, junior is having an afternoon snack and the big guy with the spot on his side is doing what blokes do well, snooze. For the more observant amongst you, he is Spotty from last years blog of the fighting kangaroos
That’s the lot for this week, I will try and get a better pic of the falcon. I hope you’ve enjoyed this weeks offerings. For those who are new here there are numerous picture posts over in the archives under the title, Writer’s Room.