Sunday, January 6, 2008

Weekly winners #6



Look! Look! Look! Yay this is the first time that I have managed to format my Weekly winners in such a way that it looks half reasonable..YAY!!!! Um! How long has it taken me? mmm only Six Weeks.. so without further ado .Drum Rrrrolll please. I am thrilled to bits to be participating in Lotus aka Sarcastic Mom's Weekly Winners ... Hurray...


Southern sunsets..


Stormy skies..



Veronica and Amy in my Garden eating fruit.


Redcurrants Yum!!!




Look Nanny! I'm in the Jungle..

32 comments:

Taz said...

woot..

great pics..

Tracey said...

Congrats! They look awesome, good job. You captured that sunset (or was it a sunrise? Short attention span) really well.

mountainmama said...

Great skies, and I love the little fruit-eaters!

secret agent mama said...

Wonderful, wonderful photos this week!!

Liza's Eyeview said...

love the southern sunset and the "playing in the jungle"!

Tina (Smoochiefrog) said...

Great shots!

Sandy C. said...

Wow! Wonderful photos! I love the images of the skies...I can never get enough of sunsets and clouds :)

Tasina said...

Great pictures!

Sarcastic Mom (aka Lotus) said...

Gah - you guys have the most beautiful skies!

And look at that wild animal in the brush! ;-P

Suzanne said...

Beautiful skies! We get them like that here, too. Now I need to get off my behind and capture them to share! Glad you did!

MP said...

LOVE the story skies..awesome.. and yes, I would think that was a jungle too LOL

Veronica said...

The skies are great!

From those photos, your garden looks a bit more overgrown than it actually is LOL.

frog ponds rock... said...

Taz: I had great subjects.. hehehe

Tracey: hehehe You make me giggle woman..

Mountainmama: It had been a really hot day and there was a Thunderstorm building the sky was awesome..

Secret Agent mama: Thanks Mishelle

Liza's eyeview: I can remember feeling very small in my nanny's garden and eating all her fruit too!

Tina (smoochiefrog): Great name btw hehehe.. Thanks

Sandy C: Me too! the sky was amazing last night as well and I hope I got some nice shots.. *sigh* I love clouds...

Tasina: Thanks :]

Lotus: I need to plant more things for that wild animal to nibble on.. hehehe like beans and radishes maybe.. xxx

Suzanne: hehehe cheers :)

mp: I wish I had been able to do it justice. The quality of the light was just beautiful..*sigh*

Veronica: I think I captured it from Amy's perspective.. or at least that was what I was Trying to do *smootches* xxx

janet said...

beautiful! the kids are precious and the sunsets amazing!

Badness Jones said...

Those are gorgeous photos...love the sky shots.

Kelly said...

Great job and those are some awesome sky shots!

merrymishaps said...

Those sky shots -- amazing!

L^2 said...

Beautiful sky shots!

Julie said...

Gorgeous skies. And gorgeous kids. What more could anyone need? Great pictures, Kim!

And I am so very glad you like my desert pictures...I think their will be a very abrupt change in a few months...suddenly all the mountains will have snow! And there will be grass and tall trees! And WATER! That's actually what i am looking forward to most, being back near the ocean. I miss water.

baby~amore' said...

Awesome big sky pictures Kim - your garden ?

thanks for your encouragement I hope I can get to at least or maybe 3 ...
wow - no longer Veronica is a BF legend.

baby~amore' said...

Ps yes - the Rocking Horses. The babies love them as did our eldest and his cousins before him and all visitors.
My husband's Aunty has a beautiful, real wooden (real hair) rocking horse that is over 60 yrs old. She has promised it to her adult grandson ... with no children and no plans to have any but he told her he will rent it out to his sisters. Sad !

Gledwood said...

The sunsets are lovely... you're lucky to have such a jungle...isn't Australia droughted? Then I heard you've just had megadownpours... is that right?

Talking of frogwatching I've heard that frogs worldwide are under dire threat due to a killer fungus that covers up their skin literally to suffocate them.

Bet it doesn't work on cane toads tho, hey!

Thanks for the message at mine: take it easy

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Smiler said...

wow those sunsets are quite something! Bravo for figuring out the image display and my cat thanks you for the compliment. :-)

Kellan said...

Beautiful pictures and you did a great job!! Have a good afternoon - see you soon. Kellan

tiff said...

Wonderful photos!
I love the skies. I love the one of Amy and Veronica

Judith Shakespeare said...

I love the one where they're eating the fruit! Super great photos this week, honey!

Tex's Missus said...

Once again, more beautiful pics for me to oooh and aaah over. Great work Kim.

frog ponds rock... said...

Janet:Yep I totally agree with you :)
Veronica and Amy are gorgeous..

I think I am a tad obsessed with the sky

Badness Jones,Kelly,merrymishaps,l^2, thanks and I am glad you liked my Tasmanian skies..

Julie: Living on an Island we are never far from the water. So I would miss the ocean terribly.. At least I am only an hour or so away from the beach..

Baby Amore..Yes that is part of our Vegie Garden.. I think Veronica is doing a great job hehehe.. Her inlaws don't approve at all.. so that makes me even more proud of her..
*sigh* very Sad about the Rocking horsexxx

Gledwood.. hehehe I live in Tasmania.. We are in a drought situation here. but it isn't quite as bad as some parts of mainland australia.. The garden is very hardy and only gets the water from the washing machine. the rest of my property is dust..
Chytrid Fungus it is really nasty and so It is really important not to move frogs or tadpoles from one location to another... *sigh*
We are so lucky not to have cane toads in Tassie.. ughh *shudders*

Cheers I will thanks :)

frog ponds rock... said...

Smiler, Kellan,Tiff, Judith and Tex's Missus: Thanks heaps!!! I am getting serious get off the computer Vibes from the Spouse..

Big Smootches to you all

Cheers kim..xoxoxox

*runs away and tries to look busy elsewhere*

hehehehehehehehehehehe

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jientje said...

The sunsets are breathtaking!
The fruiteters remind me of my own childhood days, when we ate raspberries straight from the shrub!

Sniz said...

It looks so wonderful over there! I had a friend from New Zealand once. The way she described it always made me want to visit there and Australia. The kids are precious!