Friday Foto Finder; Perch

Instead of going fishy with my “Perch” I decided to show my “Three Harpies” image.

Three raucous beings perching at dusk gave a delicious menace to the evening.

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Listening to them I knew what they were.

Roseate Cockatoos which once were named Galahs

Here are some looking for grain seeds on the ground.

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Do you have anything FLORAL to share?

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Next week the subject will be; “PRICKLY”.

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Friday Foto Finder; Cute

Late again because I have been away from my computer.

I’ve been doing touristy things in and around my own town with my daughter and her family.

Grand-children are fun. Especially when they are in their teens and the world is all there for them.

Here is a photo of camera shy grand-daughter trying hard not to look cute!

And trying not to laugh because I had just made a horrendous pun.

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Do you have anything CUTE to share?

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Next week the subject will be; “FLORAL”.

Sorry about the unexpected Easter break

Here is my drift wood.

Drifting down the river

With some lazy ducks.

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Do you have any driftwood?

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Next week the subject will be; “CUTE”.

Friday Foto Finder; Coin

Over the years I have accumulated a number of coins which are not legal tender in Australia.

They have ended up in the bottom of a desk drawer.

Here is a small sample.

An interesting quirk of the English language I love is that “coin” can be both singular and plural.

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Do you have any coin to share?

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Next week the subject will be; “Drift Wood”.

 

Friday Foto Finder; Fruit Tree

On what was then Marmaduke Hutton’s Peninsular Farm, in Maylands, these trees were planted between 1835 and 1840.

The Pear tree in the background appears to have stopped producing fruit while the Pomegranate in the centre is obviously still producing prolifically.

The old farm is now a part of the National Heritage.

Do you have a Fruit Tree to share?

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Next week the subject will be; “COIN”.