I have been going into the archives of late as my limit of images and words is getting close to full and I don’t want to spend more as I really can’t justify going to the next level. I don’t have enough time to get into my blog and start deleting the old stuff which I really must do. You may wonder why I am rattling on I guess. Well these photo are new ones from the past week.
Why have I titled my post Good Morning, well it is sunrise a almost a week ago when I was at the coast. Sunrise from my place is really boring as I live in a forest and don’t really see a full wonderful sunrise.
and aperitivo? At sunset it is far too early to say good night. Sunset is a lovely time to sit and enjoy the sunset with a glass of wine or your favourite drink, and some lovely snacks, light biscuits, crackers, cheese, olives or sun dried tomatoes or capsicum for the naughty like me potato chips or as I have found recently sweet potato chips. So have your glass ready and lets salute the setting sun.
Unlike Terri’s husband 😉 I don’t have a spirits cabinet or any bottles either empty or full and my spirits are nearly always lifted as I enjoy my life and bushboys world.
Over the years I have tried to get images of spirits, ghosts, apparitions, phantoms or spectres. These are the ones I have found
Some are in trees
Some in the water
Apparitions can appear out to sea
Trees have many spirits that reside within
Spirits can appear as unknown lights
or a face at a window
but often I find Ghost Spiders in the garden
Terri wants us to – “This week, for Sunday Stills, let’s blow up WordPress and the rest of the Internet with gorgeous flowers! We all need some hope and beauty in our lives. Linking to Sunday Stills this week will be like we are sending each other wonderful bouquets.”
A bit of variety of green, some old, some new images of getting up close and personal.
A green leaf accompanied by a Blue-triangle Butterfly
A Fan Palm leaf prior to opening
Wonderfully soft moss
A bit of a King Parrot
A Green-banded Line Blue Butterfly just sunning on the grass
Pine cones getting ready to grow
Water drops are always fascinating
Everyone loves a smiling Green Tree Frog
The Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #83: Future
Terri’s Sunday Stills: #Sweet
Since the fire, I have been putting out food for the Red-necked Wallabies and anyone else who was hungry. A while ago I noticed one of the females pouch was getting bigger and eventually a Joey poked their head out (Jump for Joy) and the update
This morning a Red-necked Wallaby hopped in to the garden. I have seen her before as she was one of the regulars who came for food. Today, I noticed her pouch was a bit squirmy and yes she also has a Joey.
As the Wallabies have Joeys, it points to a good season ahead. When the years are not that good as the past 2 – 3 years have been, there hasn’t been many young around. During hard times, Wallabies won’t produce young.
I’ll be keeping an eye out for others now. Having a photographic record I should be able to identify the females and those who have young.