Your favourite Lines & Squares

Becky’s Square Photo Challenge: Past Squares

These are your favourites based on likes and comments from #lines&squares the October 2019 Square Challenge.

The first one is the most surprising as there are a few better ones than a couple of bits of pink tape around a tree.

This was the first Lines and Squares post

So many people loved the shadows across the road

This was the absolute favourite. The cows from the dairy next door to my besties heading off to the milking shed.

Finding some black in past squares

Becky’s Past Square Photo Challenge
Debbie’s Six Word Saturday
The Weekly Prompts Colour Challenge: Simply Black

Yes I found a triple. The Squares are from the theme Up and two of the Up squares had a bit of black, and well it’s Six Word Saturday.

It is a bit of a double up for #PastSquares but that doesn’t matter…..I have so many #Squares photos to choose from. I was astounded to know there have been sixteen so there quite a number of posts.

and unfortunately the song for you listening pleasure doesn’t have six words

Up Up and away – two Pacific Black Ducks

A burnt blackened eucalypt tree on my place after THAT fire but the Cicadas didn’t seem to mind as they headed up the tree.

A bonus simply black slideshow from the archives

Last on the Card – August 2021

Last Photo for August 2021

Wasn’t there a great range of photos among last months lot of photos. Let’s do it again. I was lucky to be in a another great spot for my last photos, all at home as I am in lockdown still…..sigh

The rules are simple:
1. Post the last photo on your SD card or last photo on your phone for the 31st August.
2. No editing – who cares if it is out of focus, not framed as you would like or the subject matter didn’t cooperate.
3. You don’t have to have any explanations, just the photo will do
4. Create a Pingback to this post or link in the comments
5. Tag “The Last Photo”

Here’s mine

From my Samsung Galaxy S9

From my Canon PowerShot A1200

From my Canon PowerShot SX70HS

A bit of light

The Lens-Artist Photo Challenge #162: It’s All About the Light

Looking into the light

Looking at a reflection

Back light inside

Back light with the Sun

Colour or Black and White?

Colour or Black and White with a splash of colour?

Square Trees #24 – big tree blue sea

Becky’s Square Photo Challenge July: Square Tree

Todays square tree is a Pandanus Tree
Pandanus tectorius is a small tree which can reach 5-6 metres in height comprising separate male and female trees. The leaves have short spines along the edges and on their midribs. The plants are supported at the base by prop roots which help to anchor the plant in sandy soil. The tree may flower throughout the year. Female plants produce large pineapple-like fruits comprised, when ripe, of yellow, red or orange segments containing the individual seeds.
Parts of the fruit of the Pandanus are edible and it is reported to form a major source of food in Micronesia. The ripe segments of the fruit and the seeds can be roasted and eaten.

Your song for today

This is a great place to sit and watch for whales

The roots certainly have a good hold on the ground and are spreading down the cliff edge.

You may remember my Monday Portrait last Monday of the little fellow sitting in the tree. He was a pandanus nut, one of the segments of the fruit of the Pandanus Tree

A lovely shady spot on a warm day