Dabelle’s diary [3] – the joys of canine companions

"Being Small" - Stories from Dabelle's Diary

Dabelle’s diary [2]

"Being Small" - Stories from Dabelle's Diary

Dabelle’s diary [1]

"Being Small" - Stories from Dabelle's Diary

A story about stories

I had this set of books as a child but had forgotten that. Until I opened one of them today and started scanning through the stories. I was back in my special reading place, a child once again.

Anatomy of a thunderstorm

Recently, as a thunderstorm approached I was around to see how it developed. Of course, I had my camera to capture it. I live on a hill that overlooks the town and have taken a ton of photographs with the tag ‘view from my lounge’. I am so fortunate to have a stunning view which changes … Continue reading Anatomy of a thunderstorm

More serendipity: Pencil shavings and 6 word stories

Conceptual photographs and six-word stories

Unusual “treesure”

  Infrequent, occasional, rare, scarce, sporadic, uncommon. atypic, atypical, novel, unconventional, unordinary, offbeat, bizarre, cranky, curious, eccentric, erratic, freakish, idiosyncratic, odd, outlandish, peculiar, quaint, queer, quirky, singular, strange, unnatural, weird, kooky, screwball, exceptional, extraordinary, magnificent, outstanding, preeminent, rare, remarkable, singular, towering, uncommon, standout, awesome, out of sight. Oh. My. Word. So many synonyms for unusual, the prompt for … Continue reading Unusual “treesure”

Life through a wing mirror

The prompt for this week's Weekly Photo Challenge is 'Collage'. This is a hard one for me because I love to think creatively about how to work with many photos at one and I have so many to choose from! Here's a favourite that I did last year (2016), but, be warned I may share more!

As fleeting as a passing sigh

As a photographer, I live for interesting and magical light! 

Diary of a Cape ground squirrel (in pictures)

Hello there, human-kind! I am a young, bushy-tailed Cape ground squirrel living in the wild in a South African National Park in the Eastern Cape. I think I am classified as a ‘rodent’ and I know our species is endemic / native to South Africa. My fur is cinnamon-colured, although I do have a white … Continue reading Diary of a Cape ground squirrel (in pictures)