Pick a Word for September

Paula has supplied some good words this month for Pick a Word
I hope I can do her words justice with my photos this month. I do so love this photo challenge. I have done a bit of cheating using one of Kimskys drawings but I did take the photo for her portfolio.

cavernous
which way_stairs and lights

extractable
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inhabitable
shed_rust_named_caniaba_july 2018

diurnal
common jezabel butterfly_named_binna burra_may 2018

conspicuous
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jupiter najnajnoviji

Glass in Black and White

Cee’s Black and White Photo Challenge: Glass

When I first saw this challenge, I wondered what glass should I have that would do well in black and white. After a while I discarded my original ideas when I found these photos.

Ghostly glass figures in an art installation in the Lismore Art Gallery
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Some of the hundreds of glass spheres as part of lighting in the lobby of the Grand Hyatt in Seoul.
180903_blog challenge_black and white_glass_seoul lights

A display of old kerosene lamps in the Museum in Casino
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The Street Lights of London

The word prompt from Nancy: Street Lights

I went on a search of my folders for some lovely Australian street lights when I came across a few I photographed in London a couple of years ago. These became an obsession so I have ended up just having some street lights of London.

This is my minimalist view of the topic, by not making the topic the focus of the photo.
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Trafalgar Square at night
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A bit of the old London with the new.
180817_blog challenge_street light_london eye

I really like these lights.
180817_blog challenge_street light_london

Not strictly a street light but I haven’t seen many lights with a crown and a guard before.
180817_blog challenge_street light_buckingham palace

Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge – Sunset to Sunrise

I love sunsets and sunrises, the colours and sense of time they invoke.

Lots of great photos at Cee’s. Drop in and have a look at Sunset and Sunrises

The variety of colours in the setting sun

sunset01_grafton_june 2014

The clouds have many shapes and colours
sunset10_grafton_june 2014

Yellows are golden sunsets
sunset_named_binna burra_oct 2017

Feel the heat of the setting sun
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Once darkness descends, some people come out to play
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Special flowers find the moonlight is their time to shine
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Our Moon lights the way
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The eastern sky comes alive as the sun pushes it’s way into the morning sky. A golden glow
sunrise_apollo bay_named_march 2010

Or a fiery orange to herald a new day, a new life
sunrise_gold_named_ballina_feb-2017

CFFC

 

Mundane Monday #136

It’s that time of the week again where I try to find something with a bit of a wow factor. Last Saturday was my daughters wedding and I too my little camera so I wouldn’t have to carry a bigger camera. It takes good photos and sometimes I am amazed at results.

The wedding was in a field with a music and light show to dance the night away.
wedding_the dance floor03_named_brushgrove_nov 2017

This is October: Part One

I have so many things I have found and want to share that to have in one blog would have been too much for anyone to wade through. I guess it is Spring that brings so many things to life and into my camera lens. I hope you can stand a rush of blogs with a bit of my world.

The first part is the miscellaneous stuff, a bit of this, a bit of that with some nature thrown in.

We went on an expedition to South-East Queensland. In the town of Esk we found a timber mill. I wonder how long the shed has been there?
timber mill_named_esk_oct 2017

In the Newrybar Produce store, high in the roof, it looks like no one has used a cobweb broom since the shed was built. They draw straws to see who changes the light bulb I reckon.
light_webs_named_newrybar_oct 2017

The outdoor table has just the right amount of rust.
rust_table_named_binna burra_oct 2017

The shelf has some interesting bits and pieces hasn’t it?
on the shelf_named_binna burra_oct 2017

It may be Spring but the trees are dropping leaves. Eucalypts drop leaves when it gets hot to conserve energy. Here are a few leaves with such wonderful colours.
leaf05_named_binna burra_oct 2017

leaf04_named_binna burra_oct 2017

leaf01_named_binna burra_oct 2017

leaf03_named_binna burra_oct 2017

leaf02_named_binna burra_oct 2017

A bit of rain and some warm weather has teased a couple of wood fungi out.
fungi_named_binna burra_oct 2017

The rain has also bought the mosses to life. This little mound of moss appeared in the middle of a track.
moss_named_home_oct 2017

There was a small hollow where a branch had fallen from a tree. I couldn’t see into the hollow to see if anything was in there, so I held my camera up and look what I found. A little world within a world. I was hoping for an insect but it looks like no one was home.
inside tree_named_binna burra_oct 2017

The ferns are coming up all over the place.
fern curl_named_home_oct 2017

That’s it for Part One………..are you ready for Part Two?