Thursdays Special: Pick a Word in September

Most times I just have one photo per word for Lost in Translations Pick a Word. This time I have a few more for the September Pick a Word and perhaps using my artistic licence for the matching photo.

Vantage

The view from Raspberry Lookout. My property is a few hills over on the left.
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In order to get a good take off, you must have a good vantage point.
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Bifurcated

You can’t fence me in
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Intruding

Sometimes I feel like I am intruding when photographing butterflies and spiders.
Three’s a crowd when the males chase the female Orchard Butterfly.
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Two Line-blue Butterflies getting “friendly”
170907_word_intruding_line blue butterflies

Yes, the Huntsman Spiders were in the dining room but I don’t think they had eating dinner on their mind.
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Jagged

Once a butterfly gets old, the jagged wings are the first sign of age as on this Australian Gull Butterfly
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Quayside

The yachts moored late in the afternoon after sailing from Grafton to Ulmarra.
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Quayside on the Great Canal, Venice
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34 thoughts on “Thursdays Special: Pick a Word in September

  1. I am trying to figure out how to reach your property from this end πŸ˜€ ;). Venetian quayside – that’s better than Croatia. Some of your intrusive friends and forking trees made me scared. Great and fun entry, Brian!

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      1. glad I saw them on the bigger screen. wonderful – and the details in the spider creeped me out, but also appreciate their beauty.
        my fav of this post – on first mobile view and after coming back – well the second one for vantage.
        the angle of the wings and the green and the space throughout – the light and the eyes are looking right at us saying, β€œSup Bushboy?”

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      2. Yes – insect free is so good. When I was up north last October I stayed in a “newly put in” basement bedroom and the homeowner apologized for the spiders – I said no worries with me… and also told her that I had just read the presence spiders is also an indication of a non-toxic (or less toxic) environment – and I cannot recall
        Where I read it – ?

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