Tuesday, February 14, 2012

Project 366 Rewind {Week 6}

Another interesting week saw numerous of our summer seasonal storms but also a few opportunities to get out and enjoy the great outdoors - either just before or just after the severe storms hit! Days 36, 39 & 40 were definitely Recharge days - so I managed to go with the theme this week :)

Day 36 - You could say I have "thing" for naturally occuring texture in nature.
Day 37 - "When words fail, music speaks". I love this quote, it's so true.

When a day is really getting me down, I just crank up the music - Hillsong, Casting Crowns, Third Day, MercyMe, Switchfoot... or some John Mayer, Elton John... depends on the day. I love music any day but these days it has an incredible impact.

Day 38 - Tonight's impending storm (that never was)

Day 39 - Female Australian Wood Duck taken on a lagoon in the Redlands area.

Day 40 - Cedar Grove (in the Beaudesert area), QLD. Wonderful countryside and beautiful sunsets which I have posted previously HERE.

Day 41 - "Amira" (Bec's princess parrot).
Love the colours beginning to develop. She's a real character and can say "Hello"!

Day 42 - Garden Photo Shoot... just before another crazy tropical storm causing even more flash flooding.

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jyothisethu said...

beautiful photographs with apt use of depth of field...

Shaun said...

Those Piano keys are amazing. An excellent rewind series Liz.

Anonymous said...

Lovely duck shot!

Karin M. said...

A fantastic series of photos
I particularly like the photo of the individual tree and the great sky.
Greeting Karin

FilipBlog said...

Nice concept such a rewind.


Anonymous said...

WOW! These photos are just gorgeous. Love them!!

Anonymous said...

As always, your pictures inspire me! Your daughter has a beautiful smile!

Rose said...

I like all these...LOOOOOVVVVEEE the storm below the piano keys.

Nadege, said...

Great rewind.

Tanna said...

Beautiful series, Liz. The piano keys, the wood ducks and, of course, Miss Amira are my favs. ;) blessings ~ tanna

Stewart M said...

Hi there - the storm that never was is a great picture.

It’s strange the things you find out through blogs - I was born about 12 miles from Bath and live in the same house until I was in my 20's! So, some peoples world heritage Roman history town, was my nearest large shopping centre!

Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne

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