A small prize pool.
The temporary swimming pool we had
after three inches of rain
in the summer of 2005.
The pool is our garage.
And if you visit Cairns you should swim in this pool…
which, if viewed carefully appears to have no sea wall.
On our only visit to Cairns I wandered
down to the beach wondering why
no-one else was there.
I walked out to ankle depth and upon returning
to the sand spotted a
“don’t swim because crocodiles frequent this beach”
Needless to say I heeded the sign thereafter.
Taji does not always need a chain
After a couple of hours checking out
her territory each morning she is often found,
particularly on cold days,
finding solace in the warmth of her home.
Black and White Challenge.
Australian fire truck.
This is not a good photo for BW,
however, it is a stubble burn,
or the aftermath of a stubble burn.
by a bonfire.
Heat generated by a church fire…
Last week I was, at Wiseman,
63 miles inside the Arctic Circle,
and I can assure you this Aussie
was not expecting to be in shirt sleeves…
even though it was/is summer up there.
Tennis fans will probably have seen
Rod Laver Arena
From high up in our Hot Air balloon we had
our first aerial view, last year.
And not far away is the
Melbourne Cricket Ground, site of the 1956 Olympics
and the 2006 Commonwealth Games.
Left Foreground..light towers.
Floral Friday Challenge.
is only about a
forty minute drive from Geelong.
And that’s a timely end to the Country Dahlias posts.
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