July Squares – Week Two Review

The week that was because . . .

. . . Perspective is all about how you look at things.

– ⋅ o ♥ o ⋅ –

The ‘Where ‘n When’ of the photos used this week.

Day 8 – I’m just a little man upon a tree that’s fuzzy.
This photo was taken on June 30, 2015, when we were bushwalking in Booderee National Park in New South Wales. I remember it was (supposed to be) winter, and get it was an exceptionally warm day and we took the opportunity to explore the park.
Day 9 – Is a Cow’s Perspective a Moo Point?
This photo was taken on November 24, 2015, when we were staying at Augusta,  the southernmost town on the south-west coast of Western Australia. We were there to see for ourselves where the Southern and Indian oceans smash into each other. (The lighthouse in the background is the Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse.)
Day 10 – I just love a good looking bovine.
This photo was taken on September 23, 2015, when we were bushwalking around Cape Bridgewater in the south-west of Victoria and the highest cliff in Victoria at 135 metres. Unlike Day 8 above, this was a very cold day and I remember thinking I’d freeze before we got back to the car.
Day 11 – “Could we do that again when the wind dies down?
This photo was taken on September 16, 2015, while staying at Torque in Victoria. On this day we have visited Bells Beach and I was meant to be photographing Dean surfing. Naughty me.
Day 12 – “Can’t talk – eating!”
This photo was taken on October 4, 2015, while in Flinders Chase National Park on Kangaroo Island. This was one of the kangaroos that ‘lived’ in the park where we were staying and I just loved the colour of its fur, such a beautiful reddish-brown.
Day 13 – “May I have this dance?”
This photo was taken on May 14, 2015, while we were staying at Port Arthur, Tasmania. There were lots of birds but catching a decent photo of the Fairy Wrens was virtually an impossibility because they flit around so quickly. I was delighted to get some half-way decent shots.
Day 14 – “I’m much bigger than I look!”
This photo was taken on May 21, 2015, while in Devonport, Tasmania. This is Mersey Bluff Lighthouse, a very cute (little) lighthouse and is unique in Australia with its distinctive red vertical stripes.

And to the featured image used for this post.

“You did not just photograph me doing that!”
This photo was taken February 1, 2016, when we were staying in Kalbarri, Western Australia and (like many other photos I’ve captured) I was supposed to be photographing Dean surfing and I remember laughing so hard when I saw what I captured this gull doing.

This is my next entry in Becky’s July Squares Photo Challenge – Perspective.

(You too, can join the fun.)

Author: Clare

Ever expanding one star at a time, my cosmos is a galaxy of thoughts and creativity where you can find poetry, short stories, photography and so much more.

8 thoughts

    1. I just realised you might like to know it’s a seed pod on a Banksia Serrata – a native of the east coast of Australia and commonly known as Old Man Banksia.

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