I sometimes get an amazing light show on the bush across the road when the sun is setting. The dark clouds were in the east and the sun was setting behind the hills in the west.
Friday, 30 January 2015
Saturday, 24 January 2015
A few birds that I spotted last week while walking at Coogee Beach, that's Western Australia's version, not the more famous Coogee in New South Wales.
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Shag or Cormorant
Mr Pelican and friend
Seagull having a scratch
Pink and Grey Galah's
Star Fish washed up. We put them back in the water.
Friday, 23 January 2015
It is not often now that I get to see the sun set over the Indian Ocean. Last week we spent a couple of days at Coogee Beach, south of Fremantle. The sunset on Friday night topped off a lovely stroll along the beach.
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Monday, 19 January 2015
Thursday, 15 January 2015
Saturday, 10 January 2015
Another hazard of country driving, after bad drivers, kangaroos and emus that is, is the odd sheep that gets out onto the road. These guys can sure go like the clappers and are very unpredictable, darting straight across the road in front of the car as this one in the second shot did.
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Friday, 9 January 2015
Monday, 5 January 2015
All I could find for todays Yellow Meme was a few sparse hibiscus flowers. This tree had double flowers on it last year but this time around they have reverted to singles. It also puts out the occasional pink flower too. Today I spotted one solitary half pink, half yellow flower which is a double
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Last year's double blooms (above)
Thursday, 1 January 2015
We had a scorcher of a day here on Tuesday, 45 degrees. The only good thing about that was that I was up early to open the doors to let what cooler morning air we had come in. This is the sunrise that greeted me. I am usually still snoozing at 4-45 am, so I am now wondering how many other fabulous sunrises I have been missing out on. This was certainly a great start to my day.
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The bigger picture