Yes I have joined with the ranks of those who have doubled up. The first is my Square for Becky and the rest a random number of photos and yes to all who have asked, I will name the birds perhaps in the captions.
The song for the prompts way back to the 60’s, there’s even a harpsichord! How hippy is that?
Welcome Swallows up on the wire admiring the hot orange sky
Here are the rest of the flock
Not only do we say adieu to our daily squares for January, #SquareUp, but also to a Ragtag Prompter Christine who has supplied some challenging prompts. Adieu Christine, see around the posts
Yes, I have reached peak lazy today in doing my #SquareUps. I looked about for what up stuff I might have around the place. Took a few photos but not overly content with those. But then this popped up. Just the thing for a Square post.
Can you remember which square photo challenge this is from?
Yes smash it up. This is a bit of a sad place in the garden. The place where broken bird baths of the past come to their almost final resting place. One day they may find their way into the bottom of pot plants do aid drainage. Perhaps I could glue them back together. Some may find their way into a pothole on my road as extra fill.
When this song first came out, I wasn’t all that keen but try not to dance, even if it’s in you chair being active for a moment or two….c’mon get your party started…..get your booty on the bus now….make my day
Speaking of being pumped up, look at the legs on this Teddy Bear Bee. I know………cute name for such a muscular bloke but they are quite OK at being who they are. They are a solitary bee is the Teddy Bear Bee, and they make their nest in the ground like other Australian native bees. On my blog there is always Blue-banded Bees somewhere.
A pumped up Teddy Bear Bee on a Pentas flower in my garden