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- The passing of a beautiful, loving, kind and generous lady. January 17, 2018
- Weekly Photo Challenge: Windows September 28, 2017
- Weekly Photo Challenge: Layered September 21, 2017
- Weekly Photo Challenge: Bridge July 6, 2017
- Weekly Photo Challenge: Transient June 22, 2017
- Weekly Photo Challenge: Danger! May 4, 2017
- Weekly Photo Challenge: A Good Match February 25, 2017
- Weekly Photo Challenge: Shadow February 11, 2017
- Weekly Photo Challenge: Graceful January 21, 2017
- Weekly Photo Challenge: Ambience January 15, 2017
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Category Archives: Australasia
Michelle Weber has challenged us to share our version of windows, The one I’m sharing here is called Nature’s Window and its at Kalbari National Park in Western Australia. Have a great weekend guys!
For this challenge, Cheri Lucas Rowlands asks us to interpret the theme “bridge.” Below is a small selection of bridges in Australia, all different – just like all of us! Have a great end to your week! 😊
This week, Andrea Badgley challenge us to show our perception of transient. Life itself is transient and when you think about it, so are most things in life.
This week, share a photo that says Danger! to you. These colours were amazing, but never the less, they have the potential, to destroy if not properly contained.
This week, Ben has challenged us to share a Good Match. I think the outback and a windmill are a perfect match! Have a great weekend folks 😊
This week Cheri has challenged us to Hunt for shadows. Here is my contribution for this week. Have a great weekend. 😊
This weeks photo challenge is Ambience. Unlike the northern hemisphere, we’re getting record breaking heat! Last night was the hottest night on record for 159 years. In parts of Australia, they were still at 30 degrees Celsius at mid night … Continue reading
Ben has challenged us this week to share our own version of Chaos. Whilst travelling around Australia last year, we stopped at De Grey River in Western Australia for an overnight camp and it became quite scary when at dusk, … Continue reading
I love old style lamp posts! This one was nicely framed by foliage and the combination of both aspects caught my eye. I don’t know about you, but if I was this pelican, I’d be feeling ‘framed’, a bit intimidated and … Continue reading
This week’s postcard is from the beautiful Somersby Falls in New South Wales (NSW) Australia. We went there at the beginning of the year and were thrilled with the amount of water there was. For the local families, it’s a favourite spot to … Continue reading
Whilst at one of the beaches around Urunga, New South Wales, here in Australia, I came across this rock formation in the shape of a heart and it took my breath away! It was truly a rare find and made me wonder if it’d been … Continue reading
This year has been a quiet one with regards to travel. I had a ‘mishap’ at the end of April and I’m now recovering. 😗 BUT, where was I a year ago? I was around the East Kimberley region of Western Australia (WA)! … Continue reading
Mr Oz and I went to see what’s left of the wreck of MV Signa, a Norwegian bulk carrier that run aground at Stockton Beach, New South Wales in May 1974. Whilst admiring it, a freak wave came and Mr Oz whipped … Continue reading
So, we’re in our last month of winter down under. I can see already that each morning the sun’s path is changing. We’re one month away from our spring equinox (September 23rd) and have been blessed with amazing sunsets during winter. Lake … Continue reading
Tom Price, is a mining town in the Pilbara region of Western Australia (WA). It’s the highest town (in WA) at 747 metres or 2.451 ft above sea level and as such, it has been dubbed ‘Top Town in WA’. This … Continue reading