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Discussion in 'Photo Challenges' started by bilzmale, Jan 12, 2018.
13 Jan is rather special to my wife and I- in 1968 we married.
Happy Anniversary, Bill!
Congratulations Bill, the big 50 next year!
Fantastic! Let me take the opportunity to thank you for the uniquely inspiring way of introducing each day. Congratulations!
Morning ablutions. I tried to get the little Willie Wagtail who was attempting to frighten these guys away... but he was way too flittery and I just missed several times.
Happy anniversary! The big 50 is a major accomplishment.
Congratulations and Happy Anniversary
1968, a significant year in Australia in so many ways. Congrats.
Nope, that's not how you wear the BK Crown...
It's today actually - thanks for your wishes.
Granddaughter Katrina and fiance Felix. Haven't seen Kat for 2 years as she lives and works in the UK.
A very dull day that is shaping up to be wet, so I had to find somewhere with some light on the subject. I wanted some fish so Salcombe Smokies in Kingsbridge was the answer, two smokies and some Pollack please.
Fish for the weekend
Day Thirteen - the wrong time to wake up
This morning before I woke up I was dreaming I had a new super power. I dreamt I had the power to snap photographs of people and zapp the people straight into storage. I only aimed to do this with bad people. Except I wasn’t very good at aiming. Sometimes the people I liked were zapped too. I had only just worked out how to un-zapp them out of storage when my hubby rudely woke me up before I could repair the damage. He was shouting “it’s 11.00 am, it’s 11.00 am”. What can I say, it’s exhausting having super powers!
Super congrats Bill!
Eastern White Pine, Pinus strobus.
Very gloomy light today outside, so here’s one from indoors. There are a few of these on the beams, and I wonder what they mean. So much of the ancient carpentry is precise, but these seem crude and violent. Was there a political or religious symbol that had to be removed in a hurry? Whatever they are, they give a very human twist to the 500 years of history of the house.
The beach front at Old Dunsborough is partially protected from the “men in grey suits” by a net, a yellow hazard marker and a solitary seabird...