Appreciating the sunset. Taken on the train ride home many years ago. Via the Daily Post Photo Challenge #34: Sunset
It was a warm day on the harbour. We took a ferry ride to Watsons Bay — a suburb on Sydney’s east. For Debbie’s Six Word Saturday.
It’s still summer in Australia. Autumn is some months away. The image was captured a while ago when the leaves fell. I can’t wait for the cooler weather. It’s been a hot summer. Via the Daily Post Photo Challenge #33: Fall
It’s a different kind of image this week. I recently downloaded Photofox and had some fun editing photos. This is our son’s first batch of cupcakes. He made it himself with little supervision. He was so proud of them that day and loved sharing them with his father and me. For Debbie’s Six Word Saturday!
This image of Australian actor, Guy Pearce, was the winner of the People’s Choice award at last year’s Archibald Prize exhibition. “I see profound depth of emotion and some sadness in Guy’s eyes, however, his gaze is direct and bold. It was this curious melding of uncompromising determination and a certain boyish sweetness that led […]
Him: Mum, give me your phone. Me: Why? Him: I want to take this shot. For Debbie’s Six Word Saturday!
Via the Daily Post Photo Challenge #31: Textured
I don’t know why I did it. There were a lot of people in the city that day. The day’s news informed me that some were out there in the morning for that special bargain before the stores even opened. The best part of the visit was an unexpected hello from a salesperson I used […]
A jagged path on top of Mt Wellington/Kunanyi that helps you see the view of Hobart and beyond. Via the Daily Post Photo Challenge #30: Path
Just a few thank yous to friends who shared our lives this year. Wishing you all a very happy Christmas and a wonderful new year. For Debbie’s Six Word Saturday!
Found at the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum 😁 Via the Daily Post Photo Challenge #29: Up
We bought a small tree and put it up in our living room. It now smells of pine. “T. can you please help me with the tinsel?” “Sure mum,” he says as he gets up from playing computer games. I am enjoying the pink, gold and white theme this year. For Debbie’s Six Word Saturday!