Weekly Photo Challenge-Fun



My contribution for this week’s challenge…



Saturday morning, like any other morning,

is time for a bit of fun with our canines.

Candi_Taji_0004After both squeezed into Candi’s kennel,

Taji found Candi’s prized possession.


Don’t think Candi really knew what it

was…but she wanted it back.

Candi_Taji_0010And Taji’s ear provided the usual target.


Retrieved at last.

Candi_Taji_0021Is it still good?


You’ve sucked all the good stuff off it.

Candi_Taji_0024I’m going to teach you not to mess with a kelpie.


Those little teeth won’t hurt me

and besides I have your bone.


Give it back….!!!!


I’ve swallowed it.  See!!

I’m not sure where most fun was had.

By the two canines.

The photographer, or preparing the post.

 Hope you had fun reading.

All photos taken through a glass door,
hence maybe why some look a bit soft focus.







Black and White Challenge:

Any Seating

including Tables and Chairs.


Random seating…
seats_0023Sign the register at a beach wedding.

seats_0013The classic picnic table and chairs.


Similar seating, made of concrete,

at Paronella Park in Queensland.

seats_0792A freshly made Bay-side seat.


A log seat at one of Torquay’s beaches.

seats_0904A few weeks ago I joined a

Men’s Shed group (for retirees).

On Tuesday I found myself helping to

assemble these planter boxes and seating.


 These are some of the last bales of wool

to be pressed in our wool-shed.

Invariably, at lunch and smoko

(morning and afternoon tea) times a bale or two

would soon be found on its side and

made an ideal seat.

At lunch time I nearly always found

ten minutes to lie on my back with my legs

up over the side of the bale to help

rest my aching feet.

At least that’s what I kept telling my self.

Walking for a solid 8 hours each day on

wooden or concrete floors was hard on one’s feet.

Or it was on mine!  Still is.


Cee’s Black & White Challenge:Any SeatingBlack_White