Cee’s Odd Ball Challenge, Other Stuff

Cee’s Odd Ball Photo Challenge: Snail

snail bricksLooking down at a snail on the brick fence.   (Digitally captured a month or so ago on my Nokia phone.)

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Cee’s Odd Ball Photo Challenge

This photo was taken years ago, on a trip to Melbourne.  This was the first time we’d been in the newly built up area on the old docks .  I decided to take of photo of Mr R along with the scenery. I loved all the straight lines in every direction. I spent some time making sure I got it ‘just so’ and when I finished we rushed off as it began to spit drizzly rain.

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playing silly buggers – Docklands, Melbourne

“Didn’t you see me behind the pole?” Mr R asked after a moment.
“What?” Confused.
He repeated his question, and started laughing when he saw I hadn’t noticed him step behind the pole. At the time, I didn’t know if I should believe him or not. The FinePix A607camera has a piddly little viewer and it was before I got my glasses.  I’m sure this photo fits this Odd Ball Photo Challenge just fine!

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Cee’s Odd Ball Photo Challenge: Spider.

Cee’s Odd Ball Photo Challenge: Week 29

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Taken with the FujiFilm FinePix A607 last summer. Every night, this spider would weave a new web between the grapevine and the tall rose-bush – at least five feet apart. Countless times I would walk into it going to the clothesline at night. On the day that a flock of birds raided the grapes, the spider vanished, no doubt gobbled up too.

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Cee’s Odd Ball Challenge, Vika

Cee’s Odd Ball Photo Challenge: Pet habits

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2008 Vika eating grapes

Cee’s Odd Ball Photo Challenge: Week 26 

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This photo taken years and years ago – with the FinePix A607 camera – Vika was trying out the taste of grapes from a low hanging bunch. I couldn’t believe my eyes. She really did eat some, but then she played with them like mini tennis balls.

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LEFT: This is Ginge, my daughter’s cat, back in the ’80s. He had a habit of chewing cardboard. He’s been at this box. I think this was when he was recovering from being run over. It was hilarious to watch, as he spat the little bits quite a distance, he didn’t just drop them over the side!

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