tiabunna's photos

29 Mar 2020

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Some colour

Our frangipanni flowers have been providing some very welcome colour for the past several weeks. Best on black.

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16 Mar 2020

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Wood ducks

A pair of Wood Ducks, reasonably common across Australia. The male (left) has a mane while the female sports a pair of stripes above and below her eyes. Probably best viewed large to see those details. Explored.

01 Apr 2020

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Sign of the times

Even playgrounds have been closed here because of Covid-19 (see also PiP). I'm not sure the mood of this really suits, but Happy Fence Friday everyone and stay safe. Explored.

29 Mar 2020

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Visiting Lorikeet #1

I found this Rainbow Lorikeet feeding on nectar from the Grevillea flowers in our front garden. (See also clickable PiPs). Best viewed large. New Covid-19 regulations here limit our movements, though "exercise" is permitted: I'm not sure if walking and carrying a camera fits that description, though I'd like to think so. As a very relevant musical link (caution - language) you might enjoy this song. :-) Explored.

29 Mar 2020

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Visiting Lorikeet #2

Visiting Rainbow Lorikeet feeding on nectar from Grevillea flowers.

29 Mar 2020

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Visiting Lorikeet #3

Visiting Rainbow Lorikeet looking for a meal of nectar among Grevillea flowers.

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16 Mar 2020

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Durras Lake

The bushfires earlier this year came very close to this point, but were stopped just in time. The distant headland is National Park. Explored.

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16 Mar 2020

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Masked Lapwing

These large plovers (and they were previously known as "Spur-winged Plovers") are native across eastern and northern Australia. Usually found in pairs, they're not to be trifled with during the nesting season, when they attack like homing missiles should anyone approach their nesting area. Explored.

12 Mar 2019

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Kirkenes #3

Unfortunately my lack of Norwegian prevents me from translating this sign. I think it must have been the fences that prompted me to take this snowy image. :-) HFF, have a great weekend everyone, and stay safe in this crazy period. Explored.
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