Beginning in Melbourne,

ending in  Africa.

A busker in Melbourne.

Not a large crowd watching…

…watching this busker, entertainer, contortionist

thread her way through the hoop.

I deliberately did not take a rear shot

of this young lady, opting instead for a side view.

I would love to see her perform again as I am

sure my camera has not done justice

to her very slim figure.

The back of an African elephant’s ear.

Our guide (with tongue firmly planted in his cheek)

described this as the whole of Africa


Cee’s Black & White Challenge:   Back-of-Things







an unintended consequence of an event or action,
especially an unwelcome one.

We recently discovered we had a kelpie who had learned…

…how to push over rubbish bins and fossick for food.

The repercussions of her fossicking are that she is learning

how to exercise while on the chain now.

Not to mention her free time being curtail.

Just when we think they are maturing

they manage to develop another bad habit.


Fandango’s One Word Challenge:  Repercussions







the quality of being friendly, generous, and considerate.

When we had two young pups…

…they often shared the same bed

for their afternoon nap.

Although it appears this is an act of kindness,

Taji doesn’t have much say in it.

Candi simply barges in and makes herself at home.

I have seen previous Labradors stand up

for themselves, in no uncertain manner,

so I guess we could assume that Taji is being kind

and still sharing with Candi…sometimes.


Word of the Day Challenge: Kindness