As you can see, I’ve been playing with my editing program a bit today. We spotted the seal on a pontoon beside the Inglis River at Wynyard early in late September, early October. I just cropped and converted this photo.
Remember how I always used to see the masked lapwings in my garden at Geeveston? This photo was with a batch of winter photos I took there. It looks like it was raining at the time. I like how the yellow on the bird is complemented by the yellow wattle flowers in the background.
Another old photo from 2015. The first one is the slightly enhanced original taken when I was catching the bus to Hobart to see David in hospital. I think I must have turned it black and white for a challenge post. The second one is a colourised version of the same photo because I liked the interesting colour that the snow changed to.
A Leucadendron from my garden in Geeveston. I was not very successful in growing these but they do have interesting shapes don’t they?