Here is my contribution to this week’s Black and White Challenge from Cee
Boat Club Registration Number for taking part in competitions
I’ve been knocking and knocking but nobody answers
A Stop along Route 62 – Western Cape
Yes – every fisherman agrees!
The theme for Cee’s black and white challenge this week is Things made from wood
A beautiful wine box given to me by Ann and Dean, and Caitlyn, James and Sarah. I just love it.
Our local coffee shop – The Shipwreck Cafe – provided me with some lovely subject matter for this challenge. I found most looked best in Sepia
Cute wood carving
Model of a Sailing Ship
Model sailing ship display
A pirate’s treasure chest?
Carved toothpick holder
Here are my contributions to This week’s black and white challenge from Cee
Wide Spread toes of the African Jacana
A Warthog tucks his feet away to get closer to the new grass shoots
Clasped in Prayer
Fingers were made before forks
Grasping a fork
Mighty Lion Paws
It’s not easy taking a drink with such long legs and an extended neck to deal with
Here is my contribution to this week’s black and white challenge
Female Waterbuck – back and front view
Elephants having fun at the waterhole
Did the tree move for you too darling?
Young elephant love
What a big mouth you have dearest
This week’s Black and White/Sepia Challenge is to post photographs beginning with Y or Z
Once again I have found wild life photographs taken in the Kruger National Park.
Zebra Mom and Foal
Don’t get lost Baby Zebra
Here is my contribution to Cee’s Black and White challenge
W is for Warthog – What a Whopper
W is for Wild Dog
W is for Wildebeest (Direct translation Wild beast – but he is a gentle Gnu)
W is for Wheatear – Capped in this case
W is for Woodpecker – working at the wood
W is for Wryneck – Sepia suits his colouring which is of browns and a rustic red throat.
This week’s Black and white challenge calls for subjects beginning with u or v. I have chosen V for Vulture
White-headed vulture – Kruger National Park
White-backed Vulture – Kruger National Park