…yesterday’s rowdiness…

…there is always a period of peace and quiet…


…to look forward to.


Word of the Day Challenge:  Quiet









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A ‘blue hour’ shot of

Geelong Foreshore.

June 14, 2019.

Cunningham Pier lights

on extreme left.


Hope you enjoyed.





I have posted this escape more than once, it fits so nicely.

 Maggie dispatched this Dachshund intruder from our backyard.

Both were happy to see the fence.

Dachshund because it could escape.

Maggie because she escaped any further chasing.

Her job completed, shed trotted back

to the backdoor very satisfied with herself.

However, there was no escape for these husky puppies…


…was once MGW  and another female traveller

had them in their grasp.


Fandango’s One Word Challenge: Escape




fond of or characterized by joking; humorous or playful.

The mood was one of jocularity and thankfulness

about eleven years ago…

…when our boys decided to present their

Grandfather (Father-In-Law)

with a wig for his birthday.

He had been undergoing chemotherapy

and did not have much on top at the time.


Word of the Day Challenge:   Jocular












I know I have posted this image many times

and also because only the church remains, now.

It appears that a car yard is

being built around the church.

It still remains one of favourites.

Today I have included this shot of the of the roof,

and only just noticed (at 2330) the blue sky.


Baobab Tree, in Botswana.

Kalahari Scrub Robin, in Botswana,

at Lekhubu Island.

Finally, a shadow at Gibson Steps,

near The Twelve Apostles.


Cee’s Black & White Challenge:   Shadows