Having done a post summarising my January photo-a-day photos, I thought I would continue on and summarise each month as the year unfolds. Here, obviously, we have February.
Featured in the February photo set are snapshots from two outings not yet mentioned on the blog. The first was our attendance at the Western Australia Ballet company's Ballet at the Quarry. Mr Bite gave me tickets for my birthday last December. It was the first time in a long time I had been to the ballet, and the first time Mr Bite had been at all. The modern adaptation of Romeo and Juliet, set to Radiohead music and appropriately titled Radio and Juliet, was a good choice for both of us.
|Ballet at the Quarry - amphitheatre seating|
The Quarry Amphitheatre is an atmospheric place, with grass tiered seating surrounded by towering limestone walls. We took a picnic and the hot day transitioned beautifully to a cool, clear evening.
The second outing was our visit to the 'Sacrilege' bouncing castle, part of the Perth Festival activities. It provided a full-scale bouncing version of Stonehenge, and was free for children and adults alike. We had enough of bouncing after about 5 minutes, but it was very fun!
Activities and outings explained, here are my 28 photos for February...
1st: Motion / 2nd: Delphinium / 3rd: Caterpillar / 4th: Street art / 5th: Night lights
6th: Cinemascope leaves / 7th: Jumbo nut / 8th: Fading light / 9th: Balance / 10th: Bush gold kangaroo paw
11th Filtered light / 12th: Eager / 13th: Not talking / 14th: Love / 15th: Out of the sun
16th: Simple beauty / 17th: Glow / 18th: Shadow people / 19th: Local colour / 20th: Saying hello
21st: Warm up [Ballet at the Quarry] / 22nd: Summer nights / 23rd: Bouncing Stonehenge / 24th: Stripes / 25th: Cafe in tan
26th: Perth Bell Tower / 27th: Bag wisdom [but with 'is' instead of 'are'!] / 28th: Turning out
Do you have any stand out moments from February?