Monday, 31 March 2014

365 Days In Nature - March 2014

I began taking a nature photo on the 1st of January 2013.
My goal was to take one every day for the whole year.
I achieved that, now I'm back for another year.
I started a Facebook group to share our nature photos.
It has grown to more than 200 members from all around the world.
And it's the best group on Facebook.
No, I'm not at all biased!
If you want to join us, you can find us here... 365 Days In Nature

Day 60 - 1st Mar - Saturday Theme: In Your Backyard - Very confused is not mulberry season!

Day 61 - 2nd Mar - We just got home from a picnic and short bush walk at Kenilworth. The 750m boardwalk circuit called Fig Tree Walk was just gorgeous.

Day 62 - 3rd Mar - Another one from our walk yesterday near Kenilworth...the creek has almost dried up!

Day 63 - 4th Mar - Still at the Kenilworth walk...not sure what kind of bird this is, but it was very cute hopping around on the forest floor.

Day 64 - 5th Mar - Last one from the Kenilworth walk, a huge fig tree.

Day 65 - 6th Mar - Miss 6 just saw this 'scary thing' on the Christmas...I lights! Yes, its head was upside down and I'm sure it was saying, "What are you looking at?" Is it a praying mantis, stick insect or something else altogether?

Day 66 - 7th Mar - Pretty Lilly Pilly blossoms.

Day 67 - 8th Mar - Saturday Theme: Spring/Fall Storm - There have been no storms around here for a very long time. So I'm going WAY back into my archives...pre digital and dodgy film a spring hail storm on the farm that damaged my new car! It was September 1992 and it was the most hail I have ever seen. The poor cows were bleeding!!

Day 68 - 9th Mar - This poor grasshopper on the Frangipani is missing a back leg!

Day 69 - 10th Mar - There's another pretty rose on our little rose bush!

Day 70 - 11th Mar - I noticed this on our way to school this morning...our beautiful bromeliad!

Day 71 - 12th Mar - A window in my lemon tree leaf! Naughty grasshoppers!!

Day 72 - 13th Mar - A new rose soon...yay!

Day 73 - 14th Mar - It's completely the wrong season for Bauhinias. They're supposed to flower in spring...NOT autumn!

Day 74 - 15th Mar - Saturday Theme: Green - Our green Frangipani leaves will all fall off soon.

Day 75 - 16th Mar - It's green, and it's very naughty, eating my rose bush!!

Day 76 - 17th Mar - I don't know what it is about them, but I love photographing banksias.

Day 77 - 18th Mar - After a very hot day yesterday, there was promise of storms. But sadly none came here.

Day 78 - 19th Mar - The cactus is about the only thing in the garden that is doing alright in this dry weather!

Day 79 - 20th Mar - We got a tiny little bit of wet stuff from the sky this morning!! Probably not enough to register though...

Day 80 - 21st Mar - High up in the neighbour's tree, a perfect Frangipani.

Day 81 - 22nd Mar - Saturday Theme: Pink! - My very favourite shade of Hibiscus...or anything really.

Day 82 - 23rd Mar - I'm going to stick with pink this week. I'm sure that comes as a surprise to no one! I saw this gorgeous galah at the dam on the farm last October.

Day 83 - 24th Mar - Sticking with of my all time favourites...

Day 84 - 25th Mar - Nothing makes me happier than pink clouds!

Day 85 - 26th Mar - A pretty pink flower in our back garden.

Day 86 - 27th Mar - Pink can also be found in nature at the beach...

Day 87 - 28th Mar - My final pink photo and what a week it's been!! Pretty pink Frangipanis...

Day 88 - 29th Mar - Saturday Theme: Family Pets - We don't have any family pets, and my kids are always berating me for it!! So this week I'm going to do a series of one 'family pet' I met at a friend's place. She happens to be the same friend with the 'Trash & Treasure'! What would I do without her? This little pet lives in a box that they made on their back deck. It is not caged and is free to leave, but why would it when it has a safe, cosy home and is fed bananas every day?!

Day 89 - 30th Mar - Next in my series of "Fluffy Butt/Big Bum" is this one...

Day 90 - 31st Mar - Next photo of the Flufster...

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