There are times when home provides just as much entertainment, and photography as much challenge, as anywhere else. Yesterday was such a day with my visiting musk lorikeets. They are new to my area, so food must be scarce in their regular haunts.
Well, not lost on me this morning, on my way to work.
For Cee’s FOTD.
In Adelaide we still have some freedom to move about and exercise, while employing safe practices.
There is great joy in this freedom and it meant that last weekend I could be on the hunt for joy and see the abundant patterns, ripples, clouds, surfaces, breezes, waves – all that nature has been doing at the beach, forever.
Everywhere I look there are ripples and they’re not all bad. What looks like destruction to one being, could be construction to another.
While this surface is hard to walk on, it was surely replaced by another in time.
And for now, I can still see far into the distance, where there is smooth sailing.
Probably not quite what you were expecting for a silent Sunday post, but this visitor was also not what I expected.
Blooming strong, I just had to enter them in Cee’s FOTD.
The weather in Adelaide is so unusual at the moment, that my Blackberries are blossoming, again.
Heck, as long as they fruit, they can blossom all year long!
This one is for Cee’s Flower of the Day.
Cee has another challenge, for each of us to hunt for joy, in various places and ways. This week it’s in our collections.
Few people know that I collect shells (and other beach and ground matter) and feathers. The first I display, and the second I sometimes use to make pictures or mobiles for children.