I figured it was about time I put a sunset picture up. Taken on Tuesday, I do like the lemon streaks.
Probably one of the best pieces of street art I’ve seen in a long time. Snapped in Toowoomba.
Our garden for a change. This area of the backyard was overgrown with the wattles in the background and the River Oaks had branches coming out everywhere. So we relocated our orchids and bromeliads from their home of the last 10 years. I’ll show a pic of the Palm garden next week. As you can see, the wallaby in the background is seeing how much mischief he can get up to.
I took this with my point and shoot camera in Northern New South Wales several years ago. Sometimes you just have to stop the car and take the pic.
Repeat after me: ‘She sells sea shells by the sea shore, if she sells sea shells how many shells did she sell?’ Or something like that. This lovely display is in Lorelle’s hairdressers salon.
Just another day in the paddock, probably thinking about world domination, varying ideologies and the state of the economy.
Yes, it’s big sky country. Looked up from slaving in the yard on Wednesday and saw this lovely vista.
Another butterfly. I was taking a pic of something else and he was fluttering around then landed on the bench. I love the shape of his wings. He’s covered in pollen and by the state of his wings is old.
This Cormorant has such a look on his face, one of those ho hum glares. I do like his eye though. Taken at a lovely park in Sherwood, Brisbane.
Yes, these were up last week but I found a new batch so we get the before and after look. When the tops break open they pop those little seeds straight out. The blade of grass will give you some idea of the size of these things.
Sorry! I could not resist this one. The look on Bruce’s face is priceless and the other one looks quite offended.
Another Friday another collection. I do hope you enjoyed this weeks offerings, so until next time take care and we’ll hopefully see you again in The Writer’s Room.