As photographs, there is nothing special about this week's pictures, and they don't seem to go together, even though I do like to have a theme for Sunday Selections.
There is a theme here, although it's a little hard to see: My father is currently undergoing treatment for cancer. All of these pictures were taken on the day he had his last ever dose of chemo. Now we move on to the next chapter of his recovery.
I took ninety photos that day, and I love them all. I thought ninety would be a lot for you to look through, and so, with much deliberation and a little heartache, I narrowed it down to twenty-three, and tried to avoid including pictures that were too similar to each other. I hope you enjoy them!
I needed to get a photo of these colours together!
I liked the shadow of my sleeves, so I took this picture of my shadow thinking about something.
This pier, Urangan Pier, (which you can't see all of) is 868 metres long. Makes for a very nice, but quite windy walk, when you can be bothered.
Someone lost a hat. If I wasn't wearing such a nice dress, I'd have a new hat, now.
Seagulls. I had no idea they still knew how to look for food in the water...
I liked this whole tree/shop perspective. I find it very colourful. That fish & chip shop there does good baked spuds.
Broken in a storm.
Bird's nest! This makes me very happy.
You can see the whole pier here, and, um, other things. I was actually taking the picture of that sole bird in flight...
What bug is that? I don't know.
One day, when I'm not in a nice dress, I want to sit in that tree.
I must eat at this table! I don't think I ever have, but I know this area is alive with animals, so it would be a wonderful adventure!
Nobody lives in here, I checked. Thought about moving in myself...
Can't help but wonder if this happened when the pine cone tried to hold on to the tree when it started to fall. My other ideas include faeries did it.
Is it that hard to take your rubbish with you? Really?!
Rocks at the palm tree garden. I don't even know why there is a palm tree garden, but it's very green and has nice rocks.
Delightfully artsy photo of some leaves at the place I bought hot chips from.
This is a shot of the patio railing at the same place. You can see my dress at the edge there.
Standard low-tide beach shot.
I love how the dog that ran through this concrete seems to have turned around and gone the other way almost as soon.
This picture is actually of the ants...
Close up on a gladiolus in the hospital grounds, when we went to take dad home.
I hope you have enjoyed your time with my many, many pictures. Do pop over to Kim's to see what everyone else is linking up!
Love to you all,