Happy Sunday, everyone.
Happy Sunday, everyone.
For my ‘Feathers On Friday, I’m participating in Nancy Merrill’s ‘A Photo A Week Challenge’. This week it’s three photos of the same subject from different perspectives.
Mervin Muscovy duck is quite a striking looking bird who doesn’t visit our backyard very often,
When he saw me watching him, he turned his back, as if to say in his best Greta Garbo voice, ” No paparazzi please. I just vant to be alone.”
Some time later, I spotted him having a siesta just outside my bathroom window.
Wishing you all a splendid weekend.
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It’s time once more for XingfuMama’s ‘Pull Up A Seat Challenge’.
Our favourite local wildlife reserve is frequented by many elderly folk who come to admire the birds and generally just to sit and enjoy the peacefulness found in nature. Dotted along the boardwalk are benches donated by grateful families in memory of their loved ones who used to enjoy walking and resting here.
The benches are all very plain and serviceable,
but the view from this one is absolutely wonderful,
and sitting up there on the guard rail was this Little Blue Heron, having a very cute bad hair day.
Happy Sunday to you all.
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Mr. GBH poses for the camera. I told him he’s going to be famous on my blog. He replied, “I already am.”
Wishing you all a happy weekend.
Looks like the turtles are having a jolly get together in the swamp.
Little Tommy is a loner and prefers his own company.
Theresa on the other hand, is always game for a party.
Happy Thursday, everyone.
How lovely it was to see Rosie Spoonbill down at the water’s edge on Sunday morning. She’s back again today, so I’m hoping she’ll be a regular visitor.
What would Easter be without a Bunny hopping by,
or Mrs Beakley proudly showing off her new brood of ducklings?
Wishing you all a great week ahead.
Each week, XingfuMama hosts her “Pull Up A Seat” challenge.
I’ve perched myself on many a makeshift seat over the years. This friendly elephant in Zimbabwe seemed to think it was really funny to have me sitting on his knee.
In Egypt, it was straight off the flight from South Africa and onto a camel. Our guide insisted that we do this before he would take us to our hotel to freshen up a bit.
It was quite a bumpy ride and our camel was a bit frisky, so I was relieved when we were back at ground level and I could slide off of my seat. It’s now a distant memory but I can still remember that searing heat and the pungent camel smell. (Camels pee down their legs to cool themselves off.)
This was a far more civilised mode of Egyptian transport; a horse drawn carriage with a comfortable seat for my sit-upon.
If you have any photos of seating you’ve encountered on your travels, just head over to XingfuMama’s ‘Pull Up A Seat Challenge’.
Hope you’re all having a great Easter weekend.
Mr. GBH has been on his own for as long as I remember, but yesterday it seemed that he may have a date.
It was looking very promising indeed.
However, it was to come to nothing and they parted just good friends.
I wonder if they’ll ever meet again. I’d love to see some GBH babies around the place. Call me a matchmaker if you like.
Wishing you all a very happy weekend.
Time for another ‘Pull Up A Seat Challenge’ from XingfuMama. This week, let’s go to the beach and get some sand between our toes.
When we arrived at the Isle Of Palms ‘Wild Dunes’ resort near Charleston, where we were to stay the night on our drive from New Jersey to Florida, there was not a single person to be seen on the beach. In fact, the whole place seemed deserted.
The beach in Phuket which had been hit by a Tsunami just two years before our visit seemed just as unpopular.
In Umhlanga Rocks, things were a lot more lively as many spectators took a seat on the grass as well as on benches to view the annual Red Bull surfing competition.
Further along the beach, the rocks provided improvised seating for holiday makers.
What a great place to sit for a few hours, quietly reading or just watching the waves.
It seems that everyone loves to be at the beach.
It’s the most relaxing place to sit and do absolutely nothing.
I’m looking forward to going back there at the end of May.
Hope your Sunday is also very relaxing. If you would like to join in the ‘Pull Up A Seat Challenge’, just click the link.