Cee’s On the Hunt for Joy Challenge week 3: Jump for Joy
I will be waiting for this little fellow to be big enough to be able to hop out of the pouch and jump for joy, speeding around my garden.
The first sighting of a little face
Five days later getting a bit more fur
The Ragtag Daily Prompt Sunday: Can’t
Sometimes you just grow too big and can’t fit in where you want to anymore
Sometimes a Mothers comfort is all you need even if you can’t fit
Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Spring Scenes
Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #79: Window With A View
Through a window at what’s inside with a reflection of what’s outside in Australia
Through a window in Split Croatia
Through a window of my favourite place to stay in Venice
Through a window to find someone looking back at my place
Through a window of a bus at the Dalmatians Croatia
Through a window in the Dali Museum Figueres, in Catalonia Spain
Through a window in Toledo Spain
Through a window in the Margaret Olley Exhibition in the Tweed Art Gallery Australia
Through a window of my office
Through a window of my office to find sometimes someone is peeking in
The Ragtag Daily Prompt Friday: Shut
Debbies Six Word Saturday
Must add on Kate’s Friday Fun: Family Portriat
The Ragtag Daily Prompt Wednesday: Sleep
I was going to come out all Shakespeare or poetic writing but I am too tired so here is a bit of sleep through my lens
I have always had bird baths place around my garden. There are big ones, shallow ones and small ones that the birds come to every day for a drink or a quick splash. I also have a number of containers on the ground and tucked into spots in the garden for the animals that may like a drink, mainly small animals. I fill containers daily in this long drought I am currently experiencing.
One such container is on the garden seat where Satin Bowerbirds like to get a drink. Yesterday I was in the kitchen and looked out of the window and to my surprise a Red-necked Wallaby was having a drink. Wallabies normally drink from the dam. I have never seen a Wallaby drink from the containers in the garden before. She must have been thirsty.
He mate was keeping watch nearby
You may wonder about the weird colour in the photos. The smoke from the nearby bushfires is quite thick and the sunshine is quite coloured. Shadows are muted. As you can see there eucalypt trees have dropped their leaves to try and save themselves in this drought. The Sun certainly highlights the dead leaves. A lot of these leaves are on the road which have been raked away from buildings. The bush where I live is very dry. The only thing that will stop these fires is rain.
I am keeping safe and watchful. The Rural Fire Service is doing a great job keeping everyone safe.
Also for LMP – Photo Adventure – Animals