Seen on a Sunday #2

Sunday September 6th 2009  Winton Central Western Queensland http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Winton,_Queensland On a hot Sunday afternoon we were pottering down the main street in Winton and came across this fella. Just sitting there doing nothing:) He’s the infamous Jolly Swagman made famous in the poem by A B ‘Banjo’ Patterson which later became a bush ballard and our unofficlal national anthem. … Continue reading Seen on a Sunday #2

Seen on a Sunday #1

Sunday August 14th 2011 to be precise THIS Turned into THIS Don’t believe me?? See below 🙂 Seen near the car park at the Cedar Creek Falls between Proserpine and Airlie Beach in the Whitsundays  10/30 June Post a Day

Seen in Mooroolbark…..Sunday Selections

Mooroolbark, Victoria. Hookey Reserve Charles Street January 2018 One of the nearby suburbs Mooroolbark has a community brochure called Living Today which highlights lots of interesting bits and pieces going on in the area. Way back in 2015 it had an article about an installation in Hookey Park….the open space/play area dedicated to a local … Continue reading Seen in Mooroolbark…..Sunday Selections

Seen Outside…..

Even though daily life activities here in Victoria are being expanded day by day, restrictions eased, doors opened that have been shut for months, we are still not able to travel long distances so I’m still reliving trips away to places far far from home. I’m thinking armchair travel is going to be a way … Continue reading Seen Outside…..

Scenic Sunday

The Nuuanu Pali Lookout (“Cool Height Cliff”) Hawaii The Nuʻuanu Pali State Wayside is a lookout where visitors are treated to a panoramic view of the Oʻahu’s windward side with sweeping views of Kāneʻohe, Kāneʻohe Bay, and Kailua. One of my most favourite places to visit is Hawaii Not just for the warm sun and beaches … Continue reading Scenic Sunday

It’s amazing what you can do with a paint brush, spray can and a ladder….

The sun doesn’t always shine here first thing in the morningWe’ve had a few cool cloudy very windy mornings recently (like this one below) ones where I’ve popped down to Rose Bay on the off chance it might move on early but no joy (or should I say no time sitting reading by the sea)Only … Continue reading It’s amazing what you can do with a paint brush, spray can and a ladder….

Green is the colour for March…

Jude’s (Travel Worlds) photo challenge for this year (2021) is entitled  Life in Colour  This month (March) the colour has been Green…….another of my favourites 😊. And with St Patrick’s Day having just gone you may even find Sue (EC) and others have shared a belated bit of green for Sunday Selections which you’ll find over at … Continue reading Green is the colour for March…

Explore:- Travel, Investigate, Research,

Earlier in the year I read a book that definitely took my fancy. The House between Tides…..Sarah Maine. Her debut novel and one I’d definitely recommend. Set in Scotland’s Outer Hebrides it’s centred around an old family home, a ‘crumbling mansion’ on an island that is only reached during low tides. Two timelines a century … Continue reading Explore:- Travel, Investigate, Research,