Things going around in Toowoomba

Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Circles and Curves

While I was visiting my daughter in Toowoomba I took lots of photos so I am ready for almost any topic for any photo challenge.

On the side of a building.

A winding path in a garden which was open for public viewing

There were some flower displays in the churches in the city

One of the orange bridges in the Japanese Gardens

Around here

Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Walk 50 steps or less and take a new photo(s)

I walked out of my front door. I have a few ways to walk fifty steps so I made the decision to go up both directions of the driveway. First I went up the left hand side driveway. I didn’t know what I would find and luckily there were these wood fungi.

Fifty steps up the right hand side of the driveway are Grevilleas which are in flower

Opposite the Grevillea flowers are the Ivory Curl trees and they have finished flowering but now they have these lovely seed pods

Going down the path towards the back of my house is the shade house and my Begonias are flowering

This afternoon and tonight

Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Connects you to the present moment

Photo taken as the sun was setting this afternoon

This photo was taken about ten minutes ago. I love being able to see the craters on Our Moon

Our Moon connects us all. No matter where we live on this planet, our Moon connects us. We all see the same moon albeit from a different axis. This moon also connects us to our ancestors who also saw the same moon. Go outside and look at Our Moon and think of me also looking at the same time, feeling a cosmic thread that connects us all.

I am a Child of the Moon

This is very different Rolling Stones sound from the psychedelic are of 60’s music

Fun at the bird bath

Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Brings a smile to your face

“Excuse me, a little privacy here please!!” – White-browed Scrub Wren

“This is so much fun!” – Australian Magpie

“Has any one seen Carl?” – Rainbow Lorikeets

“Make sure you get my good side and hand me a towel please.” – Eastern Whipbird

“Nothing better than a good soak by your self.” – Rainbow Lorikeet

“Can’t you wait until I get my feathers sorted?” – Eastern Rosella

“Oh goodness, that was soooo good.” – Laughing Kookaburra

“I’m not sure what happened” – Scaly-breasted Lorikeet

“I made sure everywhere had a good scrub” – Eastern Yellow Robin

“Oh dear, just washed and can’t do a thing with them!” – Rainbow Lorikeet

“Do you mind…I’m taking a bath here!!” – Red-browed Firetail Finch