Pick a Word – April 2021

Lost in Translation’s Pick a Word: April 2021

Paula’s words for us to match an image are –

FURRY

A furry donkey says hello


PICTURESQUE

My favourite spot to sit in the mountains near my place


RAPID

It’s hard to capture the beating wings of an Orchard Swallowtail Butterfly as they are rarely still, even when having a drink


SUBTERRANEAN

Beneath the Arena di Verona


APOCALYPTIC

My favourite spot on my place after the devastating fires of December 2019. This waterhole never dries and is a haven for birds and animals. A big job to clear the fallen trees. I went there yesterday and the bush around is recovering and there were so many birds but the tangle of trees still remains.

It’s in the sky

Cee’s Black and White Photo Challenge: Anything That Flight

A bit of a flying song to begin.

So close

This is another double up post. There is Cee’s Mid Week Madness Challenge: January Close Up
and Beckys Square Photo Challenge #SquareUp

Here is a bit of smooth to scroll to

OK, so lets get into a bit up close

A Eucalypt flower

This is a Hawk Moth Caterpillar I think

Dragonflies can look fearsome up close can’t they?

A tiny Begonia flower

and an Orchard Swallowtail Butterfly on a Pentas flower

Pick a Word in September

Paula’s Pick a Word in September

This month Paula has supplied some words that are a lot easier than the previous Pick a Word photo challenges. No you aren’t losing your edge.

Combusting

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Hot Dog

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Fluttering

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Scrumptious

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Avian

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Chase

The Ragtag Monday Photo Challenge: Chase

There is always a chase going on. Someone has something that look delicious. or perhaps it may be something more romantic?

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