Each month, Jude hosts a colour challenge. The colour for November is black. Or grey. What about black and grey? Or black and/or grey. Oh dear. Life is complicated. I’m in a muddle. The crested pigeon is nominally grey but is black and grey up close. See.
It was a public holiday in Canberra today to mark the anniversary of the official naming of Australia’s national capital in 1913. And a beautiful day it was. It is such a privilege to live in this gorgeous city. As well as being the seat of the Federal government, Canberra is the home to a number of research institutions and universities, so we have an abundance of very clever people living here. Some of those people have developed and maintain the Canberra Nature Map, an online map of Canberra’s diverse flora and fauna. It is a live map updated regularly by members. As a result of this wonderful resource, we now know the name of the funky fly I posted photos of recently (see original post). Read more
Welcome to the photo blog of Tracy’s husband. Just kidding. I did have an anecdote to go with this announcement but I will save it until another day. My bed is calling. Today I’ve got a couple of photos just to prove that we are still alive. Take care, readers. Rest easy. Read more
Hello readers, you all know how I love to share my True Love’s beautiful photos. He took this photo a couple of months ago. The photo was lovely in colour but someone else invited me to participate in a monochrome photo challenge, so I played around and converted it to B&W. I’m not sure if B&W conversion is allowed in macro photography? Any idea?
Anyway it was a very windy day so the photo is a little blurry, but still turned out nice, don’t you think?