My contribution for this week’s
Word of the Week Challenge…
Thinking of a rusty post I remembered this photo of…
A rusty roof in the middle of a city, and…
another rusty roof in rural Victoria. Not an unusual sight.
are set into rusty bricks and rusting surrounds.
Is this soldier pushing ammunition carts to…
this relic; part of the gun mount which fired the first shot of World war I.
These three may have been clean steel at one time,
however, they have taken on a rusty hue now.
Look Up, Look Down
for Week 54
Earlier in August, I travelled to Queenscliff, to catch the ferry.
was indicating that the crossing would be fairly calm.
I lined up with other cars and vehicles…
was propelled smoothly across Port Philip Bay.
My contribution for this week’s
Some random road photos for this week,
I have posted quite a few shots of bird life at Balyang.
you will find Pertobe Road lined with Norfolk Island Pines.
I think this suits the Odd Ball Challenge
Totally odd that we should even need to worry
about this little bloke growing into an old tusker…
however in all likelihood he will die at the hands of a poacher and not old age.
No idea why my images are not being displayed regularly
Floral Friday Challenge.
I took this photo in Hall’s Gap a few months ago.
I’m sure those would have made a glorious display
a few weeks after this photo.
For many years car makers in Australia have painted their cars,
white, silvers, tan as their brighter colours…
all colours of which I am not fond.
Of course it’s not just ‘Orange’, it is ‘Fantale Orange’
Personally I prefer a brighter coloured car…easier to see.
These are in the red range of the colour spectrum, so does that mean they go 2.5% faster?
My contribution for this week’s challenge…
As soon as I brushed the cobwebs out of my eyes this morning
I knew the direction of this post.
was inserted into her kennel.
During the clean out, this piece of smelly frayed carpet,
which I have looked for on many occasion, was discovered.
It wasn’t because I was in the dog house, that I searched for it,
we were seeking padding for furniture when kids moved out.
from Ginger’s kennel than it did being extracted
from the rubbish bin this morning.
My favourite green windcheater/sweat shirt.
We moved from the farm nine years ago and
my two green windcheaters
are constant, comfortable reminders of the ‘good old days’.
held my constant companion up to the light
and I could see right through it.
(Focus on everything but the tear in the seam.)
About then I decided not to throw it out,
but to wear another one underneath…for warmth.
Summer is just around the corner 🙂
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