A song to listen while reading. It is the early song from my early life
Awaken my love the sun has tried to break through. The distance shrouded trees appear await bird song. I am the mist ready to envelop your senses. Awaken my love love has broken through. The mist has risen my body awaits gentle touch. Awaken my love ’tis early.
What a quandary this challenge presents. Scrolling through folders trying to find a photo I want to use then deciding no, not that one. So I ended up with this one which has a few elements of the subject Cee gave us.
Last month I did an impromptu photo challenge which struck a chord with a lot of people, so why not do it again. I’ll probably set the challenge every month for the rest this year.
The rules are simple:
1. Post the last photo on your SD card or last photo on your phone for the 31st January.
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”
Do join in and show us what you’ve got.
Perhaps I should also link this to The Friday Friendly Photo Challenge: All in a Row
I was getting a few sunset photos and though of Amanda’s photo challenge hence the trees in a row. I actually have a better photo but this is ok
Here is Debbies One Word Sunday: Size
Some of the things I have been contemplating on contributing for OWS perhaps can also be some of my Favourite Things as Patti from Ragtag asked.
Perhaps some of the small things in my world should be a start. The feature photo is a Scarlet Honeyeater, the smallest honeyeater and a red jewel that flashes through my garden and the forest.
I love having Stingless Native Bees in my garden
and of course Blue-banded Bees scrunching into flowers
All of the tiny native flowers that abound on my place
I have to include some big things too. Kookaburras are always hunting in the garden and waking me with their morning song
Overhead one of the Square-tailed Kite family soars
While in the garden, a Red-necked Wallaby snacks on the Honey Gem Grevillea
The trees of the forest that surround are the big
Now a warning for those who have a thing about spiders – there is one in the next image
Isn’t she a beauty. She lived in my laundry for a Summer and then came into the lounge and dining rooms for Winter last year. I think she became bored of my company and headed outside.