Black and White Challenge.


The old cement works silos…razed

during our first lockdown in 2020


Old Barwon Paper Mill

Mountainside in the Grampians.

Old Shed

Water Tower from another era.

South African

Wilderbeeste in profile

Weathered church or school

Hand on hip

Olds Mobile

(I think)

A 2013 VF Commodore.

The last model of

General Motors Holden (Australia)

to be manufactured in Australia.










becoming apparent or prominent.


The sun appears to be

emerging from the earth or sea,

depending on one’s location,

as it rises each morning. 


One look at me and these dwarf mongoose

scurried into their anthill home. 

Every now and again some would

pop their heads out to see if I was still there.   

After half an hour of waiting for them

to emerge from the safety of home,

with declining results, I decided to stop wasting

my time, and have a good look at the anthill.


Lo! And behold they had an escape route planned

long before I came along.

Mongoose -1 Tourist – 0



On our last morning in Africa (2013),

I woke earlier than usual

to the sound of breaking branches.

After my eyes became used to the light,

or to the lack thereof,

an elephant emerged out of the gloom,

no doubt on its way to the

Sausage Tree Safari Camp










showing a great deal of variety;
very different.



During our visits to Africa…



…we easily sighted…


…a diverse range of wildlife.


Whether at Rome’s

Trevi Fountain…

…or the Colosseum, there is

huge diversity among visitors.


Melbourne has…

…a diverse…

…range of buskers…

…both in type and age. 


One Word Sunday Challenge:...Drink









Vigorously getting rid of an itch,

Greater Kruger National Park,

South Africa


Invisible Man…


…Street Art,



An amusing birthday present during chemotherapy


Lens-Artist Photo Challenge Patti:…Humour

Lens-Artist Photo Challenge Leya:...Humour *

Lens-Artist Photo Challenge Amy:…Humour

Lens-Artist Photo Challenge Tina:...Humour

Lens Artist Photo Challenge Anne:…Humour

Lens Artist Photo Challenge Sofia:…Humour





a hard permanent outgrowth, often curved and pointed,
found in pairs on the heads of cattle, sheep, goats, giraffes, etc.
and consisting of a core of bone encased in keratinized skin.


Rhinoceros horn

Giraffe horn












take (a liquid) into the mouth and swallow.



Impala in Kruger National Park


Wart Hog at

Sausage Tree Safari Camp

Wateering Hole

Greater Kruger National Park

South Africa



Elephant Sands

Watering Hole



Thirst quenched at

Elephant Sands




One Word Sunday Challenge:...Drink










give birth to.

Although I did not sight any young honeyeaters

This adult was certainly sounding like a parent

who was being ignored by off-spring.

Mother Elephant and offspring

Another baby elephant is almost surrounded

by matriarchs of the herd.

Limpy the Lioness keeping a watchful eye

on her offspring.



They are all there.

Let’s go!


Weekly Prompt Photo Challenge:…Mother