Odd Ball Photo Challenge
Warrnambool has its own odd ball. In fact it is a rather lovely huge silver ball that the local community is very fond of and protective towards. It stands on legs that look scarcely strong enough to support it above what used to be the Fletcher Jones factory and is now a building going through several transformations. It can be seen from many vantage points, looking particularly dramatic across the water.
My bedroom is the smallest room in the house apart from toilet and bathroom. I chose it for the outlook from the back window which looks out on a wonderful old tree that changes through the seasons. Small room but much activity there. I sit on the bed and gaze out at the tree but I also use the computer, teach myself tin whistle, read, write, do accounts etc etc. So it is a room full of busy clutter.
Vision boards of last year and this that are full of words and pictures that symbolise my dreams and plans for the year ahead hang on the end of my robe rack.
Indeed a room to work in, dream in and even sleep in sometimes!
The cow laboured for many hours but the birth of the tiny calf seemed split second and this photo was such a gift!
Locals and visitors watch intently from the viewing platform at Logans Beach for ages for occasional glimpses of the Southern Right whales. In a split second a whale breaches, cameras flash, and it all seems worthwhile.