The word prompt from Debbie at Travel With Intent:
So many white things in this world. Perhaps I will look at flowers, birds and my world of white
A fungi which pops up when it rains. Sometimes can get as big as a dinner plate.
Lovely daisy like flowers that grow along the roadsides near my place.
A maas of white flowers that insects love to come and seek the pollen.
Pelicans glow in the afternoon sun
A Native Hibiscus
White-headed Pigeons are only partially white I guess
More lovely white flowers from my besties old garden
My white Hydrangeas
I am not sure but I think it is a Camellia
Caper White Butterflies are on their migration and I hope to see lots at my place soon.
Another shot of the white flowers. Maybe a White Crocus?
Who can go past the soft white of clouds.
Had to include the dog cloud once again
These clouds made me stop the car on the way to work
Our Moon, white and bright in the sky
Featured image Cats Whiskers, one of my favourite flowers
The word prompt from Debbie at Travel with Intent:
I love the lines that the clouds create.
I have been waiting all month for Paula to let this months
Pick a Word out.
Here are the words that Paula has supplied and my interpretation through my photos
The word prompt from the Lens-Artists Weekly Photo Challenge #19:
From the Weekly Prompts Photo Challenge:
The Daily Word Prompt:
He was afraid she would look up and see his fear
What secrets did the old shed hold? Shall we go inside and look?
The clouds blew across the face of the Moon bringing darkness and the sounds of the night all around.
How could I not go past a photo prompt:
The full Moon brought out a Moon Flower
The Tuesday Photo Challenge word prompt from Frank at Dutch goes the Photo:
Here are some of the things that I have found that Go Big.
A big Brush Turkey from Kyogle
A big motorbike from Mooball
Lolly and VoVo certainly are big
A big art work from the Russian exhibit at the Venice Biennale
Our Moon is rather big
Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge:
Circle and Curves
For Cee’s photo challenge I have decided to stick with a nature theme of circles and curves.
An Australian native snail shell
The circles and curves of a spiders web
The beautiful curves of a Python sleeping on the verandah
What better circle than our Moon on a cloudy night with a bright ring around the Moon
The favourite Eastern Yellow Robin, Bobbin, on the curve of a table in the old garden
Franks Tuesday Photo Challenge:
Light and Dark