Getting the nature blues

Cee’s Mid-week Madness Challenge: November Colour Blue

This is the song that came into my head when composing this post. It is a golden oldie from the 50’s

Last of the blues

Life in Colour July: Blue

End of the month so better get something in as I have been a bit slack with this photo challenge, sorry Jude.

Maybe I will end with a bit of blue in nature

Hold on

Ragtag Daily Prompt Thursday: Cling

A song to hold on with

Green Tree Frogs in a rain gauge

Goanna up a Spotted Gum Tree

King Parrots are such clowns

Velvet Gecko on the door one night

Blue Damselflies….well…..yes they are

Dragonflies were everywhere

Jez’s Fan of #60…..Dragonflies

As you may recall, on the weekend we had a picnic by the Clarence River. While relaxing in the shade on a rather warm March day, dragonflies seemed to be flitting about everywhere, whether near the water or right beside us on the grass.

Ready for a bit of Dragonfly action?

So many of the blue coloured dragonflies
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Red dragonflies are easy to spot20200323_blog challenge_im a fan of_dragonflies_red
First time I have seen a black dragonfly with a blue tail20200323_blog challenge_im a fan of_dragonflies_black_blue
This yellow dragonfly landed and did a series of poses and flitted off20200323_blog challenge_im a fan of_dragonflies_yellow
A ring-in. I found this wonderful dragonfly at Rocky Creek Dam20200323_blog challenge_im a fan of_dragonflies_purple_yellow
Another ring in from Rocky Creek Dam, a blue Damselfly20200323_blog challenge_im a fan of_dragonflies_damselfly_blue