It’s been a busy week, we’re staying in town house sitting. So once again it’s been a rushed job getting the post up. Surprisingly enough we’re starting off with flowers in someone else’s garden. Hmm, that’s unusual. 🙂 I like this pic, the first flower has opened and seems to be gesturing to the world.
I took this in 2005 on my little point and shoot camera. Where you may well ask? The Flinders’ Ranges in South Australia just outside of the national park. These ewes had been recently crutched. It’s a small pic, at the time SD cards were horribly expensive and I took the pics at around 200kb each. I’d love to go back now and really take some pictures.
As you all know I live in the country yet I have to come to town to find a Kookaburra carrying his lunch. He sat quite happily on the telegraph pole outside the house. Of course my camera was in the car and I ran around like a scalded cat getting it out and set up. Nature at work and the poor skink paid the price for being prey.
Another week is coming to an end and once again thanks for visiting the writer’s room. See you all next week.