Thought I would add a contribution to Sculpture Saturday
Debbies Six Word Saturday
The Weekend in Black and White photo challenge
Kate’s Friday Fun: Wall Art
My besties creations in an art exhibition
Hang on to your sides as it is time for Fridays Follies
It is on a sad note I write this post. This is the second last sign post for Fridays Follies as Jason has decided that the next weeks Fridays Follies will be the last. So prepare yourselves for an avalanche of signs I have found for Fridays Follies next week.
The Ragtag Daily Prompt Thursday: Architect
This world has many examples of great architecture designed by some of the most inventive and clever people. But not all of the best architects are people! Come and meet one such architect. One who builds from an aged design that has stood the test of time. A place to raise a family. A place that, unlike some of mankinds, is eco-friendly, is made from all natural materials gathered without the use of hands and transported by mouth. Combined with a bit of “spit” and placed in an exacting way to create a tiny wonder.
Who could create a structure like this?
Look here she comes now, placing her mud in just the right place
Making sure it is in place and secure
Then inspect the interior smoothing out an lumps or bumps
Isn’t she one of the best architects?
The Australian Hornet is one of the group known as potter wasps. They are a solitary insect and feed on flower nectar – pollinator – and hunt caterpillars – good for your garden – which quite often end up in the mud house for their larvae to feed on once they hatch. The caterpillars and other grubs are not killed but are comatose and the Hornets larvae consume them live.
They rarely attack people and are not aggressive just big and scary until you get to know them.
Cee’s Black and White Photo Challenge – Starting with the letter K or L
More Australian animals in black & white
Lizard – Bearded Dragon
Eastern Grey Kangaroo and her Joey
A fluffy eared Koala
Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Yellow
Lemon Migrant Butterfly always a treat to see
An Australian Native flower that grows on my place. I know I shouldn’t be slack and tell you it’s name
So lovely but is a quick spreading introduced weed in Australia – Singapore Daisy
Another unknown name for an Australian Native plant that is on my place possibly a variety of Guinea flower
The Grevillea Yamba Sunshine
Yellow-faced Honeyeaters love Grevilleas as well as Bottlebrush flowers
Couldn’t do a yellow post without a Yellow Robin popping in