Today was a beautiful crisp cool day with brilliant blue skies, perfect for going along to a rally in support of placing a price on carbon pollution. Apparently quite a few other people thought the same, which makes me feel a little better about not being able to go.
We’d have been there in a heart-beat if we could but it was not to be. Tom’s school had their band camp this weekend and we therefore had a concert to attend at 1pm and a child to collect and bring home afterwards, so no climate change action rally for us.
Adam and I left the two older kids at home and had a nice quiet drive out to the camp site. The 3 bands all played very well and Tom seems to have had a good time so that was nice.
None of which do I have any photos of to share.
However, when we arrived home and I got out of the car I found myself nose to nose with one of my most favourite things in the world. A praying mantis.
Wanting to see if I could get a better angle and background, I picked her (I think) up, whereupon she immediately walked up my forearm.
In this shot she’s looking at the dog, who was bouncing around wanting to know what on earth I was doing standing in the garden taking photos of my own arm and hand.
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