Autumn in Canberra (the national capital of Australia) – A month of sunshine (La Nina ends). A walk in the park. It has been over 300 days since Canberra recorded a case of local transmission of the coronavirus.
Apologies, ladies and gentlemen, as blogging and my art work both give me a pain in the neck, I will let my photos do the talking this month.
We enjoy the sunshine after a wet, cool summer. I have been taking lots of photos of Fynnie because I want to do a mosaic portrait of him.
The days are short and the shadows are long so you have to move fast to get the shot.
The art project is a work in progress. I am crap at drawing so I use a grid to help me transfer my drawing to board. Mosaicing is painstaking and painful work, but It takes my mind off national politics and my vaccine nerves. It is nearly four weeks since I had my first dose of the AstraZeneca vaccine.
The sunsets have been glorious. I snapped this photo in the car on the way home from the park.
This is my response to The Changing Seasons – April 2021 photo challenge hosted by the lovely Su at Zimmerbitch.
My thoughts are with you all. Take care.
About the photos:
The photos of the orchid, swan, moon and red-browed finch were taken by my True Love, the remainder were taken by me.