Oct
15
2009
0

Chameleon

We tend to think of ravens as having jet black feathers, but, get them in the right light and maybe after they’ve taken a bird bath, some surprising colours emerge.

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Oct
05
2009
0

The Geese At Your Door

Ford House, Bridgetown.

Oct
02
2009
1

Look My Way

A rather pleased duck prepares to paddle away on the shores of Lake Monger.

Oct
01
2009
2

Motoring

A rather slippery cormorant powers through the Swan Waters before landing on a pole to air his wings.

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Sep
27
2009
0

Mirrored

A swan powers effortlessly through the waters of Lake Monger at day’s end.

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Sep
26
2009
1

Gone Fishin’

An egret searches for a late afternoon meal on Lake Monger.

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Sep
17
2009
1

Inversion Layer

It’s a topsy turvy world after all…

Aug
09
2009
0

Galah

Galah is both a quintessentially Australian word and animal, and never has a truer word been used, with perhaps the exception of the Sloth.  This playful lot were impressing the tourists at the head of the Loop Trail into the Murchison Gorge.

Jul
06
2009
0

Basking II

An Eurasin Coot preening itself on one of the old boat ramps on the shore of Lake Monger.

Kudos to the Australian Museum‘s Birds In Backyards website for making it easier to identify birds!

Jul
04
2009
1

Resplendent

A Black Swan (cygnus atratus) curiously eyes the photographer as it gracely cruises along the water of Lake Monger.

And so I’m back.  It’s been nice having a break, but, it’s back to the world of taking photos and sharing them!  And hopefully, with a few surprises to come on this site in the coming months.

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