I found this anchor on the headland at Evans Head. It dates from around 1900 according to the plaque. I should have paid more attention to what was written, alas I did not. The anchor doesn’t come from a named vessel as it was found by fishermen caught in their nets. It is quite rusty which was the appeal.
As this drought drags on I have been putting out water for the birds (I always have had bird baths and water for birds) and animals. Since the fires have ravaged my property I have also been putting out Macropod food for the Wallabies and any other marsupial who cruises through. The food is dry so they need a water source nearby to quench their thirst.
An Olive-backed Oriel enjoys a drink
A Pied Currawong dropped by to quench his thirst
A drink and a bath was needed by a couple of Rainbow Lorikeets
The Crimson Rosellas lined up to take their turn
A King Parrot really enjoyed his drink
A Red-necked Wallaby and her Joey found the bucket of water after they had a snack
The Big Bloke, the boss of the garden, licked his lips after a drink
Daily Word Prompt: Impulse
January Photo a Day Challenge 2nd: New
This is the last photo I took today on my SD Card. An impulse post and new image post. It is unedited (except for my copyright) As an additional challenge I would like to see what is your last photo.
So send your link in the comments or pingback and show what is your last photo as it is, crappy or not. I took quite a number of photos of the Sacred Kingfisher and some are much better than this but as an impulse and to show the new.