Boredom is the mother of creativity: fun that doesn’t cost a cent. Teddy bear logic: A breath of fresh air. An unexpected victim. The Anzac spirit lives on.
I have just returned from my annual pilgrimage to Singapore and here are some interesting optics that caught my attention during this trip. I have seen this sign multiple times before at Pasir Ris Park from previous trips. But this trip is the first time I encountered a 3-D version when this lone ranger popped … More Interesting Singapore Optics
I moved the white clouds into a bigger pond under the deck in preparation for the onslaught of Canberra winter. Here they are on 11 June. Plus some friends, on the same day. I didn’t see them for most of August, but I kept feeding every few days, hoping somehow they can beat the odds. … More Winter Tales – Part 2
2018 Canberra Balloon Spectacular — a 5:30am start to the day but the view was worth it. I set up a small pond in the yard and it has turned into a water hole for all the thirsty bees and wasps from the area. One of the unpleasant summer chores is removing these big huntsman … More Random Summer Pics
Can you see the baby fry in the photo? I set up a small backyard pond over the new-year break and put in a few white cloud minnow, a hardy fish that is known to be able to survive Canberra’s winter. Nice surprise to be greeted with baby white clouds this morning.
Meet Bailey from Queanbeyan. It’s a bit embarrassing now but, twelve months ago, I was an insecure pup and often cry and chew whenever the adults are away. My coat was in pretty patchy condition too. Dad likes to show me these photos to remind me of my humble beginnings. But luckily for me Aunt … More One Year of Bailey Baloney
15 May 2016 – First Meeting 27 May 2016 – First day in the house May 2016 – Getting comfy June 2016 – Experimenting and putting on weight July 2016 – Grrrl, the chill, but thank god for Annie’s coats August 2016 – This is my house and I’ll do whatever I like September 2016 … More Happy Anniversary, Talbot!