Whites of the sky

Life in Colour for June: White or Silver

So far I have shown some white flowers, white fungi and some bits of silver. Now let see what whites I have that may not be all white but predominantly white which should fit the bill.

White-headed Pigeon

White-throated Honeyeater

White-bellied Sea Eagle

Silver Gull

Caper White Butterfly

Cabbage White Butterfly

Pied Butcherbird

Magpie Geese

Sacred Ibis and Royal Spoonbill

Sacred Ibis

Australian Gull Butterfly

16 thoughts on “Whites of the sky

  1. I had the same idea about clouds – but your birds, as usual, are breathtaking. The eye on that silver gull is something else – even without the orange eye liner of the two in the last picture.

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  2. Fabulous! I actually have a photo of a White-bellied Sea Eagle – they are magnificent birds. The Sacred Ibis photo is lovely and that honey eater looks to have a Santa beard! But my favourite here has to be that Caper White Butterfly, such a great image. You have some magnificent wildlife around you BB.

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