Charlotte Grace

The first image we received of our first Grand Child.





We think she is gorgeous, wonderful, adorable

and yes we are first time Grand Parents 🙂 😉

If missed the Welcome Charlotte Grace post

click here…only if you wish


And this is Charlotte’s father,

our first born.



Weekly Prompt Photo Challenge:…Beautiful




Not a lot of water however, Victoria Falls

still made magnificent viewing.

The arrow is highlighting a local spear fishing.


Geelong at sunrise.

Nearly sunrise.

From our front door.


Weekly Prompt Photo Challenge:…Magnificent





produced, introduced, or
discovered recently or now for the first time;
not existing before.


Replacing a planter I made at

high school (in 1964/65)…

…with something more practical.

A new box (come seat) created with

recycled fence palings.





a synthetic material made from a wide range of organic polymers such as polyethylene, PVC, nylon, etc., that can be moulded into shape while soft,
and then set into a rigid or slightly elastic form.


A different look at plastic.

In Autumn of 2019 I was told that this was

a melanoma and not an age related spot.

In 2021 it looks like this and it took

three visits to the plastic surgeon

to get pathology clearances

around the wound.




a hollow place in a solid body or surface.



Lunch time at an African Waterhole


An artificial water hole which attracts many animals.

Action can be viewed from the comfort of

the Sausage Tree Safari Camp Deck.



An evening flyover


Burke’s Luck Potholes…


Blyde River Canyon…


…South Africa.


Weekly Prompt Photo Challenge:…Hole





 green foliage, growing plants,
or vegetation.


I think Mock Orange leaves


Low sun brightens foliage.


Is this Holly?


MGW’s birthday greens


To my eye these Hellebore flowers

are a greenish colour, however rather

than blend with foliage the dark green

makes the flowers pop..


Weekly Prompt Photo Challenge:…Greenery





*  bear all or part of the weight of; hold up.
** a thing that bears the weight of something
or keeps it upright.
the best support for a camera is a tripod


In late October2019….

…I had my right knee replaced…

…as a consequence I had to use crutches

for support when walking

for a few weeks.


I used this tripod to support some

of my earlier, lighter cameras.

I believe it was the princely sum

of $25, or was a freebie.

Either way if you look closely

you will see it is a case of

you get what you pay for.


Weekly Prompt Photo Challenge:…Support