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Monthly Archives: February 2012
Tonight’s picture comes from my lounge room where I watched a live stream of the presentation of awards in the Australian Final of the F1 in Schools competition from Adelaide. Congratulations to ‘Cold Fusion’ who took out the Champtions in … Continue reading
Meet Max the Wonder Dog. I found out the taking pictures of dogs is not that easy. Get down to their level – yeah, right … easier said then done … as soon as I did that he bounded over … Continue reading
This cute little possum has until recently been sleeping in my roof. I build it a nice little possum box and evicted it from the roof – several times. I found out that a possum prefers the nice warm confines … Continue reading
Wow. It is almost the end of February – Time flies like this March Fly who was buzzing around and trying to bite me! Luckily, I saw him first and managed to avoid it.
I decided to add a bonus photo for 26 February 2012 – I really like this photo and it is keeping in with the rain theme. Hope you like it.
I am getting the impression from watching the really messy political fight for leadership of the parliamentary Australian Labor Party (and potentially Prime Minister of Australia) that all that will remain will be the shredded reputations of those involved. ‘A rising … Continue reading
Today was very overcast and great light for taking photographs – Shame I couldn’t get out until later in the day by which time it was raining. I have been trying to get a good images of raindrops on leaves. … Continue reading