‘One man’s trash is another man’s treasure’
These items were found in a
Gold Rush era town museum…
..and nearly twelve months after taking his shot
I don’t know whether it is a roadside museum
or someone’s dwelling place.
In both photos I cannot see any items which are
of great interest and even if I was interested
they would not be housed in our house.
From the Geelong region this week.
This horse managed to isolate itself
from it mates a chow time.
Channel markers probably dot
the shipping channels of all Bays,
however this is as close as I have
ever been to one in Corio Bay.
On January 4 this year I ventured out for a sunrise shoot
only to find that the moon was also rising.
For the past few years I have been having ‘nasties’ removed
from my scalp, back and arms either with
a shave biopsy or a quick visit to a surgeon.
This one on my arm was biopsied about two or three weeks ago.
Last Wednesday there were little white growths in its centre
and it was decided to dig a bit deeper tomorrow, Monday.
By mid afternoon on Saturday it was
looking like this again…weeping.
It’s a determined little thing which I hope will be
totally removed within 24 hours.
If so the healing itch later in the week will have been worth it.
However, having been through that once already…..