Today is a Wednesday and a lot has happened since last month. A simple thing like walking the dog 9 days ago resulted in 2 breaks in a finger (note to self, don’t loop dog lead around fingers/hand, especially when dog lunges) and surgery 5 days ago (3 screws and 2 screws holding the bones now) has put me in a hand splint. I woke during the night (as it becoming the norm with my hand) and looked in on a nesting pair of falcons in Melbourne via a webcam. David and I had a meeting organised for today in Adelaide (nothing to do with my hand) and he is driving me around. Afterwards we stopped in to see family (and I forgot to take a photo!) and then travelled back home in the city traffic.
To see the 12 pictures click on an image to be taken to the album on flickr.
Saturday PhotoHunt theme for the week beginning 23rd June 2012 is ‘Hot’
Two photos this week for the theme. Again I couldn’t pick one over the other because they both say Hot to me.
This is one of my all-time favourite photos. The sky looks like it is on fire, and that makes it Hot!
The sun is hot hot hot as it rises on the channel through the sea mist
Please leave a hot comment and your link
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 photos on the 12th day of the month. This is my day on 12th March 2012. Public holiday here today, for a local horse race of all things. Today is also my youngest son’s birthday but I won’t be seeing him as my car is not working. Lots of people around for the long weekend. A tragedy nearby overnight and so lot of news helicopters in the area.