I had to jostle with other photographers to get a shot of the sunset at Cleveland Point last week. Sadly more clouds came in and blotted it out altogether.
A Dahlia at an open garden, situated at Logan Reserve Brisbane. I know, somebody else’s garden.
Sometimes Hump Day can be pretty ordinary. Taken down the road.
No it’s not Jurassic Park, just the same gardens where I took the Dahlia. I think it’s a great garden ornament.
They hold weddings here and this lane-way leads up to an open air chapel.
Ta-Dah! A miniature rose in my own garden. (Yes, I sprayed it with water)
Last year I posted a pic of this young lady, Half-Ear. Well she came back and showed us her first Joey. I used to chat to her when she came close to the house and I kept chatting when she showed up the other day.
The surprised look on my face is mainly due to the fact that I suddenly realised I used to be able to leap into one of these things. It’s a Saladin Armoured Car and I trained as a gunner on them. This one is on display in the Transport Museum in Gatton. When I found out I hot-footed it over there to snap a few pics. Follow the link to see me back in the day.
I took this from the cliffs at Kangaroo Point, it looks over the river to the city of Brisbane. My first attempt at a cityscape night shot.
Still at Gatton, this General Grant tank is stuck outside. I read an interesting snippet about them. After 1942 the Americans passed them onto the Russians. They referred to them as a coffin for seven brothers.
It’s ANZAC Day tomorrow. I took this at Gatton and thought it appropriate for remembering the day.
Another week over and hopefully some enjoyment from my offerings. As always there’s diversity and humour, I think. 🙂 So until next time, take care.