Today’s Photo A Day Challenge prompt is “Exploring New Ground”. I posted this archive shot of squid, that we tried when we were at the Richmond Night Market a couple of years ago. Glad we tried it, don’t need to have it again…
I used this picture from a walk with my friend Doris last year. Landscape week continues….
I took this photo tonight on a walk to Olympic Village. This man was making HUGE bubbles. More on this in a sec….
Breakfast this morning was toast with almond butter and banana, I had a ham bun and the leftover quinoa salad from last weekend for lunch, I had a few plums, Dennis and I had a mini celebration after work so we had a glass of prosecco, we also had some chips but the picture I took is AWFUL, and we had a burger (just like last night because I mistakenly put the frozen patties in the fridge instead of the freezer, so we had to use them up) and Caesar salad.
It seems that autumn is arriving early this year. We haven’t had rain in weeks, so things are dying off long before normal.
But that said, there are still some pretty blooms and insects…..
I also saw some very odd mushrooms. (which makes no sense given that we are in a drought) It was HUGE, I put a quarter on it for scale…
…and two colours of beak.
Looking for a handout….
..and taking in the view….
Views being taken in….
A whole lotta happy. A new smiley rock, a yarn bomb, rock art, a birthday party, and good wet fun…..
A very talented pianist, playing one of the public pianos. That made a lot of people happy.
A popping artform….some of these bubbles were stellar. And when they landed on the water, you could see reflections. Can you find me?
And finally, a couple of signs that caught my eye.
Tomorrow is my last spanish class for this term, which means I’ll be getting home late, and not blogging. Have a lovely Thursday all, I’ll “see” you back here on Friday.