All the photos below, have been taken over the last few weeks, except for the Memories one. I have had so much fun. I was on the lookout for so much, that I surprised myself with other photos taken because I just love snapping odd things and lo and behold, there were a few that have made the cut and others taken with the challenge in mind that haven't been added,
And here we go.
Berries on a pyracantha as it is Autumn here.
This is one that was taken for the odd seaweed, but do you see the little feather.
A storm brewing out to sea at Warrnambool.
Water flowing over some mossy type foliage in the Umpherstone Sink Hole at Mt. Gambier.
Two little wallhangings quilted this week. They were both made a long time ago and just need binding now. Aah done at last.
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A stalagmite and stalactite trying in vain to connect in the Princess Margaret Rose Caves. Maybe in a few thousand years.
There were so many I considered for this, but here I am sitting on the Cow and Calf looking out over Ilkley. Special memories indeed.
We found this on the beach at Inverloch and I thought, aha, another stick photo, but this one made it on. It's from driftwood on the shoreline and I wonder who built it and why?
One of the rays that swim regularly around Inverloch Jetty. They are so beautiful and graceful, that I couldn't help picking it for my other subject.
Photos 1, 3 and 6 were taken on a local walk and at home. 2, 4, 5 and 7 taken on our trip to Bordertown in early April, 8 whilst on holiday in UK in 2009, and lastly 9 and 10, Wednesday this week whilst on a day out to the coast.
I'll try and do a blog post in the next few days to catch up on the last leg of our trip away, but next week may be slow going as I have "two customer" quilts to do. Luckily, both allover patterns which are quick and easy, so shouldn't take up too much time.
Well I think I'm finished and look forward to what may come next month and seeing everyone else's interpretation. THANK YOU Hawthorn.
Have a great weekend all and take care.