Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Trees

As Lovely As A Tree

I think that I shall never see  
A poem lovely as a tree.  

Trees by Joyce Kilmer

I haven’t managed to join in any of Cee’s Challenges for a couple of weeks. I never seem to be ready with a post in time but this week I am determined even if it has to be photos from the archives like this one of my beloved apple tree.

The apple tree October 2018

Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Close-Ups of Flowers

Flowers

It’s mid-winter here and I didn’t know if I’d be able to find any flowers to photograph in my garden but guess what? The first jonquils are out!

First Jonquils of the season
Playing with editing software

My King Alfred daffodils are not far away from flowering either.

King Alfred Daffodil
Daisy edited

I do have a lot of daisies and although they are considered weeds I’ve always been fond of them. The pansies are about the only other thing still flowering.

Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: 5+ Items

Five Plus

I misread Cee’s Challenge post and thought I needed photos containing only five items. There are six items in this first photo but five of them are vintage wooden cats.

A stack of five doll books.
Five vintage kitchen canisters
Five mugs with bird pictures.
Five bobbins

Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: 3 Items or the Number 3

Threes

This week I decided to use (mostly) pictures of birds. I was looking through my archive searching the number three and found I had pictures of three ducks and three goldfinches so I decided to see if I had any other groups of three birds. I admit to cheating a bit with the Galahs.

Three pigeons in the city.
Three finches feeding
Three ducks who wandered into my garden.
Australian birds mug.

Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: 2 Items or the number 2

Two Subjects

Two of my favourite subjects for this week’s challenge, anything to do with ships and the waterfront and a couple of trains.

Builders plate of a steam loco.
Tasmanian Railways diesel engine.

Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: 1 Item or the number One

The Loneliest Number

Here are a few things I found in my archives that feature the number one.

A banner representing army units who served in World War One
Signage at Errol Flynn Reserve,
A lot of the Geeveston story is about the forests.

A single, but very large, chair.

Red Chair
I found this chair in a waiting area at Brooke St Pier.