Todays Prompt: Squiggles
What a wet month so there’s not many photos to share this month. Almost 300mls of rain in the last week and everyone is preparing for flooding, except me as I am high in the foothills. The normally dry gullies have been roaring at time and all the dams are overflowing. The ground squelches as I walk about. Just now the rain is thundering on the corrugated iron roof.
Your February song to enjoy while having a peek at my February.
During February we went to Macleay Island in Morton Bay where my bestie has a cottage. We went there to do a few repairs and speak to tradies so not much time for photos. To get there with all the tools and gear we took the ferry
One morning I managed to see a sunrise and get a photo
Near the small cottage we rented the trees had some fabulous shapes
Another favourite tree on the block and in the streets are Scribbly Gums
Just behind the cottage in the garden, the Bush Stone-curlews like to rest during the day. They are never impressed when I turn up with my camera
Maybe a bit more later but now from my place a Willie Wagtail on a post
A Hoya plants flower in a hanging pot on the verandah attracted a Yellow-faced Honeyeater. The photo was taken through the office door hence the poor quality.
I think he really liked that branch
An Azure Kingfisher has been around my place for most of Summer
I wonder if they care about the water beetles in the old swimming pool
While I was out on the verandah this fly kept landing near me so I guess he wanted his photo taken
While out in the garden Blue-banded Bees buzzed about the red Pentas flowers
and Orchard Swallowtail Butterflies flitted from pink Pentas flower to flower
The morning sun on the Hoya flowers looked a treat
I went into town to try and find some Square Odds for a post (look for my last post) and found the yellow Frangipanni near where I used to work with their wondrous flowers
I am not sure what type of flower these are but I think they are a small Orchid. I have lots in my garden
Walking around Macleay Island on an abandoned building there was signs of an old garden. These Gladioli looked so lovely with their soft pink petals, a colour I have never seen before.
Well it’s time to get going so here is a pastel sunset with the four trees I highlighted earlier in a post this month
and back to where we started, a fiery sunset through the trees from Macleay Island
Thanks for having a look at me February. I hope you enjoyed the song. I always ask if you had a favourite photo so did you?
This is part of Ju-Lyns Touring My Backyard and my Changing Seasons.
I often forget to include this part of Changing Seasons
About The Changing Seasons
The Changing Seasons is a monthly project where bloggers around the world share their thoughts and feelings about the month just gone. We all approach this slightly differently — though generally with an emphasis on the photos we’ve taken during the month.
For many of us, looking back over these photos provides the structure and narrative of our post, so each month is different. Some focus on documenting the changes in a particular project — such as a garden, an art or craft project, or a photographic diary of a familiar landscape.
But in the end, it is your changing season, and you should approach it however works for you.
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Cees Black & White Photo Challenge: Trees or Tree Parts
Morning to night
Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Crooked & Squiggly Lines
The Daily Post word Prompt: Twisted
The Air Fern is twisty
The grub who “writes” on the Scribbly Gum Tree twists this way and that.
The huge Water Vines twists around a tree.
The red Eucalypt flower twisted by me
Another photo challenge this time from Ailsa Travel Theme Challenge the topic Bark.
The Plane Tree from Hyde Park in Sydney. I love the colours and textures.
This trees bark found at Bangalow has fascinating patterns plus a collection of insect eggs and a bit of lichen in the bottom corner.
One of my favourite trees since I first saw one in the Primary School grounds is the Scribbly Gum. So many patterns encompass the whole tree I found at Evans Head.
I must add my video of my besties little dogs