I value the hours I spend at this console each week, but it can be tiring. I'm looking forward to a rest this weekend.
I often go looking for photogenic flowers, trees, and even weeds in the jungle. Not sure what this is, but it's interesting.
We get used to amazing sunsets. I had to rush to the beach to get this one - handheld and in auto-mode.
Washing dishes is one of our daily, evening chores. It helps if one can do it with a smile on one's face.
We like to read at our house. While we may not have a large library, it includes some of the classics.
Caught the movement of this tree in the dark. No electricity tonight. Awaiting the arrival of Typhoon Wutip.
Can you see it? I had no time to adjust the camera settings; just focus, click and this Wandering Glider was off!
I tried to get this hen's other four chicks in the frame, but they too fast. Wild chickens are ubiquitous here.
I looked for a better stretch of net and didn’t find one. This is a well-used soccer goal.
These pods can be up to 10 inches long. They fall from the Monkeypod tree, or Rain tree, as some call it.
If you're not feeling well, shoot early. This is my experience from a previous, successful #365project.
These Cane Toads are plentiful in our village. This one was hanging out on the soccer field tonight.