My five words.

From its vantage point high up in the tree

koalas can see all that is going on below.


I must confess to total ignorance of this word.

I hope these branches/trunk divisions

are an acceptable example of it.

While I get totally frustrated with

young kelpies and Labradors barking

and chasing passers by and their dogs,

this week I was reminded of what

Maggie thought of intruders

entering her patch of turf.

I saw the jagged Point Roadknight a few weeks ago

in a Facebook group.

This morning I found it myself.

Those astute photographers will note there

has been some Photoshop used on this image.

One day I hope to be able to use PS

without anyone being able to spot it.


Quayside at Williamstown with the

Melbourne skyline in the background.


Thursday’s Special: September-Words




Black and White Challenge:



Some texture on trees.

Two images of eucalyptus tree trunks.

This family of trees are better known as

Gum Trees in Australia.

While there is texture visible in BW  

they look much better reflecting rays from a rising sun.


Taken this morning, Friday, this tree was found at Barwon Heads,

a coastal town where the Barwon River empties into Bass Strait.

It shows all the attributes of a coastal tree.  

Colour or BW….there is not a lot of difference.


Cee’s Black & White Challenge: Texture