Debbie’s Six Word Saturday
Monday Portrait – 21 November
John’s Cellpic Sunday
This Margaret Olley’s hat
Margaret Olley was a famous Australian artist. When she died, her house and contents were carefully recreated in the Tweed Art Gallery, even as you can see in the above photo, cigarette butts in an ashtray.
Here are a few views from inside of her house in the gallery. Have a peek through the windows
A few found objects
Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #182: Interesting Objects
Some known, some obscure. All guesses considered.
Pick a Word – September 2021
Lost in Translation – Thursdays Special – Pick a Word September 2021
Paulas words made me think for a while. This morning the Female Satin Bowerbirds came into the garden looking for a bit of nectar from the Yamba Sunshine Grevillea which was fortuitous for reachable.
I have a few photos of boats but this sailing boat in Genoa was the best for docked
Linkage had to be a chain and a rusty one is even better
I couldn’t find anything straight away and then I remembered the horses who had a short disagreement. I don’t know what infuriated one of them
Last week on a walk in the park prior to another lockdown at my besties area, I found a hat on a post and thought “that may come in handy” and here is a post behatted
The hat place
Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Hats
What did the bra say to the hat?
You go on ahead, I’ll give these two a lift.
Spiky Squares #27
Becky’s photo challenge for March #SpikySquare is almost over. You still have five days to add a spiky.
Drop into Beckys Spiky Square site for some details and other peoples spiky photos.
The rules are simple:
Have fun interpreting the spikiness but don’t forget there is ONE absolute rule for this daily photo challenge – your main photograph must be square.