Nancy, I hope you don’t mind me changing

the title of my post this week.

While you are commencing Autumnal

weather we are experiencing just the opposite…

as this morning’s shots of our weeping cherry attest.

Today, Saturday, September 23 is forecast

to reach around 27 degrees Celsius and

we are enjoying it because

the tomorrow’s forecast is for

wintry like conditions and only

a fourteen degree top  temperature.


A Photo a Week Challenge: Signs-of-Fall




Jo’s Monday Walk


Surf Coast

 Every week or two I hop in the car

and head off somewhere to capture images

for my blog and Facebook.

This particular morning I was on my way home

via Barwon Heads..where the Barwon River

empties into Bass Strait.

This side is Barwon Heads

cross the bridge and

one is in Ocean Grove.


I may have darkened this image a tad, however,

you still get the idea of the sun reflecting

on little jewels in the water.


Also coastlines are fabulous for

gnarled twisted trees like this one.


Like many of our natives trees they manage to

sprout new life from anywhere along the trunk.


Moving on to see if there were any surfers

at Torquay’s Beaches.

They didn’t let me down.


Waves may not have been huge but I think this

would give anyone an adrenaline rush.

Endeavouring to out run Mother Nature…


but succumbing or being over taken.

Still not a bad place to enjoy some morning exercise.

And that’s my Monday morning drive for this week.



Jo’s Monday Walk