This week’s photo challenge is to show what’s happening above us. Once again I couldn’t resist doing a little gallery (some of which photos I’ve used before). Looking up to the bird life, treetops, clouds, a lighthouse, a mountain top, The Giants at the Perth International Arts Festival in 2015 and the world’s biggest aeroplane coming in to land at Perth airport a while ago.
Cloud iridescence in Etosha National Park, Namibia
The Antonov 225 coming in to land at Perth airport
Cable Car going up Table Mountain
Eastern Ospreys at Rottnest Island
Nankeen Kestrel (juvenile) taken on Rottnest Island
Going on a helicopter ride north of Broome
Male Scarlet Robin, Donnelly River, WA
Red Wattlebird, Donnelly River, WA
Sacred Kingfisher, Woody Island, WA
Our local dog beach north of Perth, WA
Eucalyptus tree with some branches of a different colour and texture
Western Rosella, Donnelly River, WA
Cape Leeuwin lighthouse, the most south-westerly point of the Australian mainland
Karri trees near Denmark, WA
Full moon setting over the Indian Ocean at Hillarys Yacht Club
Measuring over 6 metres every movement of The Diver requires a legion of lilliputians
And some acrobatics as well
In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Boundaries.” This week the challenge is about being creative about limits, boundaries, borders and dividers of all types.
The walls of the Lighthouse Keeper’s house at Point King, Albany, Western Australia that kept the inhabitants safe from the ocean.
View from inside the Lighthouse Keeper’s House, Point King, Albany, Western Australia
Tropic of Capricorn, Namibia
Land and sea division, Chapman’s Peak, Cape Town, South Africa
Nelson Mandela’s old cell at Robben Island prison, Cape Town, South Africa
Port Arthur, Tasmania, Australia. First penal colony. Lots of boundaries that ruled access and movement of prisoners.
Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse, Western Australia