I have decided on OBEDIENCE and will now locate the WINTER photograph for the Challenge. It won’t be from this year due to there being no Winter as yet and its unlikely to be impressive due to its not getting that cold up here on the North Coast but I WILL find a mid winter shot for you.
Please tell me they are going to issue another challenge tonight ! That 2012 won’t see the end of that.
Mid Winter shots from which I will choose my Pic of the Week.
|A MID WINTER FLOOD IN BILAMBIL 2005||I FORGOT THAT IT IS COLD IN ARMIDALE. 2006|
|RUGGED UP FOR DINING OUTSIDE IN 2007 WEST TWEED HEADS||
ARMIDALE AGAIN IN 2008
|COLD NIGHTS FOR MUSIC JAMS IN GRAFTON 2009||A FROSTY DAY IN RALEIGH 2010|
AND MY FINAL CHOICE IS AUGUST 2011, JUST LAST YEAR, AT THE LOCAL FIREWORKS. KEEPIN WARM TAKES SOME RAPID MOTION.
TODAY IS EPIPHANY. DON’T FORGET PIP WILSON’S BOOK OF DAYS.
THE YAAN : Morning to you all out in the World. Its sunny and clear here and a day very much to my taste. I am going out to the Pool a little later. In the meantime, I continue to keep my hands off the simmering pots on the various gas burners of my life. I am letting sleep that which is currently asleep. I am taking a look at BUNYIPS. A seeming irrelevance but curiously comforting.
First up, a Bunyip colouring in jpeg. Download. Finish the story. Colour in and add your own Bunyip.
The Australian Women’s Weekly (1933 – 1982), Wednesday 19 March 1980,
Leaving behind childish things, I dig into the Trove for Newspaper reports of the Legendary Bunyip. Scepticism and Denial feature strongly and it seems few people are wiling to accept the existence of the Bunyip.
THE ADVENTURES OF BUNYIP.
ADVENTURES OF BUNYIP… (1955, December 30). The Argus(Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 – 1956)
|Townsville Daily Bulletin (Qld. : 1885 – 1954), Friday 16 July 1948
|The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 – 1956), Saturday 13 April 1935
|The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 – 1956), Saturday 8 June 1935
|The Sunday Herald (Sydney, NSW : 1949 – 1953), Sunday 19 March 1950,
The Australian Women’s Weekly (1933 – 1982), Wednesday 4 November 1981,