One of the great things about living on a bush block is the wonderful critters that decide to just drop in a stay a day or two. A couple of times a year I get a Koala or two squatting for a few days. This evening I managed to get quite close to this one. I can’t yet tell the difference between the sexes, but she has either been mating, or he has been fighting!
It’s amazing how even in a Spider it’s possible to imagine a human face…
I just never cease to be fascinated by Spiders. They’re everywhere (well except the arctic & antarctic).
Well you just never know what the work in the Garden will stir up, but it’s always worth going to have a look for something.
There are days where it’s just a case of too much adventure: Chemoux found herself stuck up on top of the cubby in the backyard and nothing to do but watch the sunset! Life really is tough for a Furbag sometimes.
There’s no doubt that pets are a constant source of inspiration, and there’s nothing like a Furbag in the late spring or early summer evenings. Full of energy and curiosity.
I’d intended to take a drive to check out a track in the Bungal Forest recommended in “150 Walks in Victoria”, but decided the day was a bit too wet to go further on in there. So I settled for a reconnoitre for a future visit and a drive about the area looking for some shots.
Most of the afternoon the rain was a bit too heavy for me to pull out the gear, although I got a few shots out the window. However it did ease off enough at a couple of stages for me to take a few shots. Most won’t make the grade in the end, but I did like the Hayshed in the accompanying image for this post.
I also have some spots picked for the return drive another weekend.