The caterpillar sacrifices it short, temporary, life so that the world can appreciate the stunning beauty of the butterfly
The keen fishermen (usually the men) travel onto the lake in their chosen vessel late in the afternoon and place their pots, full of bait, in secret spots, usually close to an old dead tree. … More Red Claw Fishing – Lake Maraboon
The Wetlands are home to numerous species of birds and a mob of kangaroos have inhabited the wetlands and feed on the plentiful grass. … More Barcaldine Wetlands, birds and kangaroos.
we spotted two wedgetail eagles in an old dead tree, on the edge of the lake. We motored up close and just watched them and enjoyed their magnificence, for a few minutes. Eventually, they flew off, giving us an experience that is very rare. … More Bird Life – Lake Maraboon, Emerald, Queensland
Triangles in the composition of a photo, create structure and lead the eye through the photo to a junction with a composition line, either rule of thirds, or vertical or horizontal line. … More Composition – Triangles
enjoy the spectacular view from the Sydney Harbour Bridge, lovingly called the giant coathanger by the locals. The Bridge dominates Sydney City skyline. … More Fantastic things to do in Sydney, Climb the Sydney Harbour Bridge, without paying!!
Experiencing Carnarvon Gorge requires a medium level of athleticism. … More Athletic – discovering Carnarvon Gorge
staying at the Fairmont Lake Louise Hotel and this was the scene through our window. … More Windows – stunning Lake Louise
When the winter weather is finally banished and spring takes over, the sun shines and Mother Nature shows us all her glory, walking outside on a sunny day, you can hear a buzz in the air as the bees are busy making pollen, flitting from flower to flower, working their magic. … More A time of renewal and rejuvenation – Spring Downunder
When a coincidence happens in life, is it merely a coincidence, or is there a higher order exerting its influence. … More Coincidence – daily photo challenge Word Press