The week that was because . . .
. . . Perspective is all about how you look at things.
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The ‘Where ‘n When’ of the photos used this week.
|Day 22 – Don’t go barking up the wrong tree!|
This photo was taken on March 3, 2015, when we were walking in Cataract Gorge, Tasmania. Our first day of a four-month stay in Tasmania and one of many large pine trees we encountered that day (not to mention all the other days).
|Day 23 – Shells, shells and more shells.|
This photo was taken on April 23, 2016, when we were staying at Yeppoon, Queensland. This beach was littered with these shells and although there were millions of them, they were all bunched together, scattered across the sand, mostly along the high tide mark.
|Day 24 – I love your work, little crab.|
This photo was taken on April 24, 2016, at the same location as Day 23 but a different area of the beach. I could hardly believe my eyes when I saw this little crabs handiwork. The other photos were taken 1) February 27, 2015, Bells Beach, Victoria when I was meant to be photographing Dean surfing 🙂 2) April 5, 2016, on the beach where the forest meets the sea at Cape Tribulation, Queensland, and 3) June 11, 2016, Dicky Beach, Queensland while photographing the sunrise.
|Day 25 – “Let’s face it . . . “|
The main photo was taken on November 18, 2015, “Grandma Tingle” while walking in Walpole-Nornalup National Park, Western Australia (estimated to be 400 years old). The other photos were taken 1) January 21, 2015, along one of the walking tracks in the Blue Mountains, New South Wales. 2) September 19, 2015, somewhere along the Great Ocean Road in Victoria, and 3) October 4, 2015, at Remarkable Rocks on Kangaroo Island, South Australia.
|Day 26 – I didn’t even know this plant flowered.|
These photos were taken on July 10 this year when I discovered this little plant actually flowers. This plant lives in a little (plastic) pot on a shelve of my plant stand in my patio. It gets lots of light (but no direct sunlight) and I was amazed to see it flowering.
|Day 27 – (My Shabby Chic Hibiscus)|
These photos were taken on July 23 this year and I’m delighted at the vibrant colour this plant adds to my front garden. It gives it a whole new perspective.
|Day 28 – Hang on – I’ve almost got it!|
This photo was taken on April 3, 2015, when we were housesitting near St Helens, Tasmania. I’d never seen a Bumble Bee before and was grateful it allowed me to photograph it enjoying the nectar of a banksia.
And to the featured image used for this post.
This is my next entry in Becky’s July Squares Photo Challenge – Perspective.