Around the bend

The Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #191: Curves

A mix of old, nature, travel and buildings that have curves, bends and twists

It’s black and white around here

Cee’s Black & White Challenge: Animals – Farm or Wild

Discovering your emotions

The Ragtag Daily Prompt Tuesday: Emotion

Can you find your emotion among this lot? No responsibility taken for any mental scaring, they are your emotions. Perhaps I can facilitate some change. Try and stop for a while and appreciate the colours or patterns of the photo that builds a flight response or just stop on the photo that makes you go aahhh and soak up the emotion

I’ll come to your emotional rescue

Pick a Word – August 2021

Lost in Translation – Thursdays Special: Pick a Word August 2021

Wow I looked and blinked and read again. Nope have to see Paula’s fabulous photos. Here are Paula’s words for August. Have a go and see what you can up with.

PERDURABLE

FLEXUOUS

QUOTIDIAN

SOLITARY

ASTONISHING

In the wild

The Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #150: Let’s Get Wild

Not sure where to go with this prompt so let’s get wild, The names are in the tags

Those who know me will know whats coming next

Are you ready?

It’s just the next block or two

Is this the way

Friendly Friday Blogging Challenge: On The Way

Hope you enjoy this track. One of the worlds first “super groups”

Not many words just a few images for your enjoyment

Hurry up….get in….I’ll drive. I told them we are on the way

A mishmash of Close-ups with a bit of Black & White

CMMC – November Close Up or Macro
CBWC – Black & White Circles and Curves

When is a carpet not a carpet?

Ragtag Daily Prompt: Carpet

When it is a Carpet Snake!

Carpet Snakes are Pythons and are non-venomous gentle creatures. They rely on squeezing their prey and swallow them whole. It’s not to say they don’t bite as they do. I have been bitten as I dragged a Carpet Snake backwards from my chook pen away from the baby chickens. It was a bit miffed I guess about missing out on dinner. I was probably too complacent but juggling a three meter snake and a torch with squawking chooks I took my eye off the snake and he whipped around at lightning speed and bit my hand. Just a bit of blood as they have backwards facing fangs. A short walk back into the bush well away from the chooks and I deposited him to slither away and find another place to eat.

These images are from my besties. Carpet Snakes make great biological pest controllers.