Capture the Colour is an internet meme selecting five different photos, each based around a different colour. So, after being tagged by my own husband over at Wandering Photographer, I’ve selected some of my favourites.
Lake Eyre is a dry salt lake, that has only completely filled 3 times in the last 150 years. We were lucky enough to be there when it was about 80% full. Our six-year-old daughter was light enough not to sink too far in too far below the thick salt crust as she ran across, but she did take off her shoes and socks to stop them getting covered in the mud.
Learmonth Jetty in the north-west of Western Australia is a popular fishing spot. Well, popular for out the back of beyond, middle of nowhere, anyway. I think our girls paid more attention to the shells, and our eldest just wanted to try riding his bike on the sand.
While we were swimming with the sea lions, these two came up closer to get a better look at my husband Jarrad and two eldest children.
These termite mounds dominate the flat landscape … some of these mounds are over 2 meters tall. We saw one near the roadside that looked a little like a fat person. Apparently someone else thought so, too, because they’d put a hard hat on it.
We woke the kids up really early to watch the sun rise over The Pinnacles. Each kid brought their quilt with them to snuggle under on the sand until the sun came up.
Now it’s my turn to nominate some other bloggers to join in: