One Word Photo Challenge-Lizard

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My

Lizard

 Challenge

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No lizards to show this week, however, as many Australian lizards do belong to the dragon family I have decided on dragons as my alternate theme this week.Dragons can come inside your house

and cause all sorts of mayhem if there are

no dragon friendly people inside.

I’m sure this one was the cause of much

trouble in bygone years.

 I found this dragon in London supporting

some type of canon or mortar.

No doubt again designed to cause mayhem.

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 One Word Photo Challenge: Lizard

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One Word Photo Challenge-Lion

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My

Lion

 Challenge

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A little playful lion.***

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Both lion cubs, lioness and tourists had

twenty minutes of shear joy.

Cubs because they were able to roll in

elephant dung and Mum wasn’t growling.

Mum, because the kids were out of her hair.

Tourists….well need I say more?

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 One Word Photo Challenge: Lion

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Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge-Letter-L

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My contribution for

this week’s challenge

Letter-L

(Needs to have at least two syllables)

Next week I will read instructions first!

Lions, lights and lamps do not fit.
But Geelong’s Laneway art,  does.

 

So does Melbourne’s Laneway art.

A Leopard is good.

 

Along with a Leemur at Melbourne’s Zoo.

 

Although the foreground is what I know as fog grass,

not very nutritious for livestock and a bit of a weed,

it still does form part of the

Moorabool Valley roadside landscape.

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Weekly Photo Challenge-Temporary

 

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My contribution for this week’s challenge…

Temporary

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My temporary photos are from Botswana.

With tent in hand our guide walked over and pointed out

what he claimed to be a hippopotamus track out of the

water…and then promptly dropped the tent

in the middle of the track.

We were next door neighbours and totally safe.

No self respecting hippo would come near us…

not with the nocturnal sounds emanating

from our fearless leader in the tent next door.

At Savuti Camp guide No. 2 is stalking a kudu

which wanted to follow its regular path to water.

The kudu is almost invisible (camouflaged)

over the guide’s left shoulder.

 The kudu did find the long way around our temporary camp.

Some of the bird life, particularly the Hornbills,

enjoyed some easy won food during our stay.

Finally, we enjoy some respite from the sun

during our lunch break.

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THURSDAY’S SPECIAL-November-Words

November Words

Two dormant pups.

       I think salubrious would be

a great adjective to describe

the Burj Al Arab.

       An earmarked rhinoceros.

       

Schönbrunn Palace was certainly owned by influential people of the era.

      A fun-loving… 

Red Headed Weaver from our

Botswana travels.

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Thursday’s Special: November-Words

Weekly Photo Challenge-Peek

 

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My contribution for this week’s challenge…

Peek

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M peeks are from South Africa.

Should…

not…

be…

any…

 

reason…

for…

 

any…

further…

commentary.

These eyes were all taken in

Greater Kruger National Park, South Africa.

The lions, both cubs and adults were no more

than twenty feet from our vehicle.

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Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge-Letter-K

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My contribution for

this week’s challenge

Letter-K

(Needs to contain the Letter K)

Two from Australia….two from South African.
Koala.

Kangaroos.

 

The Klipspringer,

a South African Antelope,

in Kruger National Park.

And a Kudu…same location as above.

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