Here is a little gallery of my more harmonious photographs in response to the Daily Post Weekly Photo challenge. The theme? Surprise! “Harmony”.
Hope you are enjoying a lazy Sunday!
The Aussie Sun blazing away. Don’t think the shade will help you!
Close up of some of the flowers. They look to perfect to be real.
This Red Admiral was supping on the Dahlias
Life in a little French fishing town off the Brittany coast. The best parts of French life are something to be treasured and celebrated.
The Sun blazing in a clear blue sky behind St Patrick’s Cathedral in Fremantle Western Australia
Sometimes it is wise to stop and let the world go by.
Cross the bridge from the traditional bush into the park
The boatman waits patiently for the return journey
Through the window of the town hall you can see the wonderful orange lichen that vivifies the St Malo rooftops.
This lone figure strolls along the beach in Fremantle, Western Australia at dusk just as I was photographing the sunset.
We use these tiles every day to place our oil containers on. I love the designs and colours.
A breeze blew through the gates of this temple and played with the silken flags. I am not sure If I was supposed to be there but it was too picturesque not to take a photo.
A close up of one of the banks of Hydrangea that are in the grounds of Araluen in Perth
This is a macro photo I took of an old jetty hand rail with Perth city in the background.
This little sailing craft travels towards the setting sun.
These seagulls were eyeing off my Krispy Creme doughnut. I was unmoved.
Bee heaven. But where to start?
We came upon this building in the Parisian autumn just as the leaves had started to fall. Our last day in Paris adding a piquancy to the image.
THIS PANORAMA WAS TAKEN FROM THE TOP OF THE TOWN HALL IN ST MALO.
Two swans glide across the lake in the idyllic Parc Montsouris.
A sea of tulips in the jading du Luxembourg looking pretty in pink.
A sandy pathway through the rubber trees leads to a thicket of bamboo in Vietnam.
Pink flowers just coming into bloom by the stream
These boats moored in Fishermens Harbour Fremantle looked delightful as e enjoyed our meal of fish and chips by the water.
They call Australia “The Lucky Country”. It is moments like this that make be believe it.
I looked across the lake and photographed the wonderful Vaul le Vicomte accross the water.
A cob, pen and a pen friend. A photo I took on the Swan River, Perth
To be standing here in front of the thinker with the Invalides in the background is something truly magical.
Daily post weekly photo challenge: Harmony