As the year progresses, it’s time to hit the card making and so I have made 6 of a kind, with little differences, for Becky’s squares, today.
The red-browed finch is a great find, and this one was caught in the Atherton Tablelands, but what I thought was a ‘mask’ was actually more of a thick, red, eyebrow pencil.
All made up for Becky’s squares and kindly stopping for me to photograph.
From Halls Creek in Western Australia to Becky’s squares, an extraordinary monument.
Straight from the plaque :
It shows”Russian Jack” (Real name Ivan Fredericks) a famous figure in the gold rush of 1885.
“Russian Jack” once carried a sick friend more than 300 kilometres in a bush-made wheelbarrow seeking medical aid over a track which existed in name only.
His feat symbolised the mateship and endurance of the pioneers of a region, then lacking all the amenities of civilisation.
I think many are metaphorically doing the same thing during these unusual times.
For Becky’s squares.
For Becky’s squares, today.
My intention was to catch Uluru at sunrise but as I aimed at the sun, to the left of the rock, I got 5 solar panels at Yulara.
They’re squaring up for Becky’s kinda squares.
So kind of you to share your water!
For Becky’s squares, our 10 y.o. dog and my nephew’s 12 week old. My husband, Alan, took the shot.
It’s about to rain and this line in my lawn tells me so.
No doubt they are the workers
And a closer inspection confirms it.
Although, they could be off to Becky’s squares!
For Becky’s squares, today, I have views of the light exhibition, at Uluru, by artist Bruce Munro.
Named ‘Field of Light’, it is a visual spectacle, tipped to run until 2023, which will be 7years.
I found it almost eerie.
A walk on the shore, the sun shining… What’s that?
The tracks were either from soft sand
Or heavy equipment
They’re both kinda suitable for Becky’s squares, but not what I had in mind.