The Photo a Day prompt: Majestic
The Photo a Day prompt: Majestic
The October photo a day challenge day 4: Numbers
“What’s my number again?”
“Should I tell her?”
“Oh, she’s such an idiot!”
Everyone loves a Koala. They are so adorable, cute and ever so cuddly so the marketing tells you. On the weekend a Koala was in the tree in my besties garden. She has a number of trees that Koalas love for their food and a place to sleep. Koalas sleep for around nineteen hours a day!!!
This is the Koala. High in the tree and a bit hard to spot.
A sleepy eye was on me as I walked about beneath the tree.
So you want to cuddle a Koala? Maybe find one who has had a pedicure. Their claws are quite long and sharp. The trees are quite marked with scratches where a Koala ambles up to find a snack or a place to rest for the day.
Here is a bit about Koalas I wrote years ago
The September photo a day challenge for 25 September: Vintage
Let’s go cars for this one
Nancy’s Photo a Week Challenge: Stacked
Nancy’s Photo a Week Challenge: Something New
The Photo a Day Challenge for 12/9: Made of Wood
The Photo a Week Challenge: Traditions
The Buddha Festival in South Korea celebrating the Buddha’s life. One of the traditions is the Lotus flower. This is a rehearsal for the Lotus Lantern parade. The Lotus flower opening
Here on the North Coast of New South Wales there are fires in the hinterland and on the tablelands. With current drought conditions, a lack any rain and very strong westerly winds has rendered the bush so dry that any fires have been started have just raced away burning thousands of hectares of bush land as well as in some instances houses and farms. The fact that anyone would light fires in these conditions infuriates me. My place is so dry and as the droughts grip tightens a natural process for eucalypt trees in to drop their leaves creating another layer of dry material and texture on the already dry forest floor. The strong wind has also blown dust from the west. What I thought were clouds on Saturday morning was a combination of dust and smoke which stung the eyes and you could almost taste the dust in the air. The feature photo is what we awoke to. Normally we can see the hills beyond the last line of trees you can see.
These fires combined with dust blown from the farmlands over the range have created amazing sunsets. On Saturday the early part of the afternoon’s sunset the colours in the smoke and dust was amazing almost psychedelic
The smoke and dust layers colours were just amazing
The intensity of the sunset even coloured the Blue-faced Honeyeater whose underparts are white
Just in case you hadn’t seen a Blue-faced Honeyeaters colours
The sun came from the fires smoke and dust layers
Two Welcome Swallows sat on the power line for a silhouette in the sunset
The sun, behind the fence posts silhouette, is almost down giving the clouds a dark and foreboding look
The fierce fiery intensity of the sun going down gave hope for a less eventful day on Sunday
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