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PhotoHunt theme for the week beginning 16th February 2013 is ‘Miniscule’

One morning as I was putting out my shop’s signs I saw these miniscule toadstools appear overnight in a small strip of earth alongside the shop wall.

They were so pretty.

Toadstools
I love the frills and dots. They were about 2 inches / 5 cm tall.
Toadstools
24 hours old these toadstools are changing, not as bright coloured and they are losing their dots and frills
Tiny toadstools
You can see how miniscule they are in context to their surroundings

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About the PhotoHunt

The Saturday PhotoHunt is a photography blog “meme” that was started in March 2006

To play, you simply post a photo on your own blog that represents the theme. These are snapshots that you might have taken on a trip, with your family, or in your home. It is important to use only your own photos.

We are not professional photographers . . . although some are. We are bloggers who are having fun with different themes and sharing our photography. You can see more PhotoHunt entries at Whistlestop PhotoHunt and on Facebook

 



Take 12 pictures on the 12th day of the month
This is my day for the 12th February 2013

Today is a Tuesday.  Mild day weatherwise, started out grey but blue skies in the afternoon. Perfect summer day. The tomato output is slowing but the figs on the tree next door are ripe. I didn’t leave home.

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PhotoHunt theme for the week beginning 9th February 2013 is ‘Promise’

Two completely different photos are my selection for this weeks theme that promise new beginnings.

Golden glow
The golden glow of a sunrise shows promise of the day ahead. This photo is taken from my house where I live in South Australia

Plaque in the entrance of the Alexandrina Council (South Australia) building

Powerful words and promises on the plaque at the entrance to the local council office.

Left-hand side of the plaque says:

Sincere expression of sorrow and apology to the Ngarrindjeri People.

To the Ngarrindjeri people, the Traditional owners of the land and waters within the region, the Alexandrina Council expresses sorrow and sincere regret for the suffering and injustice that you have experienced since colonisation and we share with you our feelings of shame and sorrow at the mistreatment your people have suffered.

We respect your autonomy and uniqueness of your culture. We offer our support and commitment to your determination to empower your communities in the struggle for justice, freedom and protection of your Heritage, Culture and interests within the Council area and acknowledge your right to determine your future

We commit to work with you. We acknowledge your wisdom and we commit to ensuring our actions and expressions best assist your work. We accept your frustrations at our past ways of misunderstanding you.

We are shamed to acknowledge that there is still racism within our communities. We accept that our words must match our actions and we pledge to you that we will work to remove racism and ignorance.

We will recognise your leadership, we honour your visions, and we hope for a future of working together with respect for each other.

We look forward to achieving reconciliation with justice.

We ask to walk beside you, and to stand with you to remedy the legacy of 166 years of European occupation of your land and waters and control of your lives.

The work of the Alexandrina Council will be guided by your vision of a future where reconciliation through agreement making may be possible and we may walk together.

The Alexandrina Council acknowledges the Ngarrindjeri People’s ongoing connection to the land and waters within its area and further acknowledges the Ngarrindjeri people’s continuing culture and interests therein.

Signed for and on behalf of the Alexandrina Council by the Mayor, Mr. Kym McHugh
Witnessed for the Council by the Chief Executive,
Mr. John Coombe

Witnessed for the Ngarrindjeri People by the Rupelle of the Ngarrindjeri Tendi,
Mr. George Trevorrow

Witnessed for the Ngarrindjeri People by the chair of the Ngarrindjeri Native Title Committee,
Mr Matthew Rigney

Witnessed for the Ngarrindjeri People by the Chair of the Ngarrindjeri Heritage Committee,
Mr Tom Trevorrow

Please promise to leave a comment

Click on the pictures to view the original on flickr

About the PhotoHunt

The Saturday PhotoHunt is a photography blog “meme” that was started in March 2006

To play, you simply post a photo on your own blog that represents the theme. These are snapshots that you might have taken on a trip, with your family, or in your home. It is important to use only your own photos.

We are not professional photographers . . . although some are. We are bloggers who are having fun with different themes and sharing our photography. You can see more PhotoHunt entries at Whistlestop PhotoHunt and on Facebook



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