Not the first posting of this image,
however, it does appear that
they have an equal amount of dislike
for each other, are mortal enemies…
…and could never become best friends.
Some of my favourite things are my cameras.
Cameras, lenses and travel allows me to…
…get up close to wildlife.
They also allow me to capture and keep nature
when she puts on a grand display…
…and also the not so grand displays.
Even foggy mornings can produce good results.
And when Mother Nature is a bit sluggish
getting out of bed, technology has advanced so much
that we can now capture lights prior to daylight.
Finally there are landscapes and many other
subjects to be found everywhere.
And there is also…
…raindrops on roses….
…and whiskers on kittens…
🙂 🙂 These are a few of my favourite things. 🙂 🙂
one of which lead up to a peak like this one.
Forty plus years ago, I found it an easy walk.
Today, I would not be so adventurous as knees,
hips and ankles are not as young as they once were.
There is also an abundance of wildlife in, and around Halls Gap.
An artist friend of ours has this view from his studio
and often posts images of his kookaburras and kangaroos
grazing on the edges of a small wetland.
From the Dahlia farm near Geelong