Monday Portrait is not hosted by anyone. It is for you to post a photo of any portrait you want. Creativity is up to you.
Ragtag Daily Prompt Thursday: Medicinal
The Sheriff in a small town walks out of the Sheriffs Office and sees a cowboy coming down the street with nothing on but his cowboy hat and his boots, so he arrests him for indecent exposure.
As he is locking him up, he asks, “Why in the world are you dressed like this?”
The cowboy says “Well it’s like this Sheriff, I was in the bar down the road having a few drinks with this real pretty woman. After a while asks me to go to her motel room with her…so I did.
We go inside and she pulls off her top and asks me to pull off my shirt…so I did.
Then she takes off her skirt and asks me to take off my pants…so I did
Then she pulls down her knickers and asks me to take off my undies…so I did.
Then she gets on the bed, looks at me kind of sexy, and says, “Now go to town, cowboy”
“So here I am.”
Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: In the Distance
Lost in Translation’s Pick a Word – March 2022
Paula’s words for March may be a little difficult to convert to photos so a bit of thinking will be required.
ASPEROUS – The rough bark of an Ironbark tree
CRUSTACEOUS – Soldier Crabs scuttling along the beach at low tide
EFFUSIVE – A Noisy Friarbird singing his heart out in the morning
MOUNTED – One of my quests is to photograph birds riding cows or horses. Willie Wagtail enjoying the backward view
TRIAD – Three Grey-crowned Babblers walking along the forest floor flicking over leaves and sticks looking for insects, all the while chattering away to each other
OK that was a bit of a search to find photos as close to Paula’s words as I could
A Photo a Week Challenge: Attitude
Do you mind…..I’m having a bath here.
Not having a bath….why did you wake me up?
The Ragtag daily Prompt Thursday: Pandemonium
Around this time every year pandemonium breaks out in the front yard.
For most of July the Blue-faced Honeyeaters are the boss of the Grevilleas, chasing all the smaller Honeyeaters – Yellow-faced Honeyeaters, Lewins Honeyeaters and the Eastern Spinebills, away from the flowers especially the Honey Gem Grevillea.
Then sometime in August, the Noisy Friarbirds arrive to set up camp, nesting and finding food. This leads to such a cacophony among the Grevilleas that one year I just had to record the Pandemonium. You will see that at times the Noisy Friarbird is carrying on and the Blue-faced Honeyeater doesn’t seem to care.
I hadn’t been using my camera for videos very much back then, so I apologise for the not so good video.
Cee’s Midweek Madness Challenge July: Close up or Macro
Looking at me as I look at them
Cee’s Midweek Madness Challenge – June alphabet letter I anywhere in the words or Eyes
Here is a selection of eyes to enjoy and a song to scroll to. All the names are in the tags if you are interested.
The Ragtag Daily Prompt Wednesday: Laughter