Share You Desktop – November 2021

Clare’s Share Your Desktop

This months desktop is from November 2018 – a Smooth Parrot Pea. A tiny native plant that grows on my place. The flowers are like a regular pea flower only these ones are about 10mm – 1/2 Inch across. The longest leaf would be around 50mm or 2 Inches in length

They are all naturally grey

Life in Colour November: Black/grey

Jude has asked “What Greys in nature do you have to share?” I think you may have sent a loaded question Jude

The front and the rear (not the best sorry) of a Grey Fantail and then onto a few more

Peaceful Dove – Grey Goshawk – Grey Crowned Babbler
Little Friarbird – Common Brushtail Possum – Black-faced Cuckoo Shrike
Koala – Grey-shrike Thrush Spotted Gum
Ibis Feathers Old tree – Granite Boulders –
Line-blue Butterfly – Crested Tern

Coming to get you – from below

Debbie’s Six Word Saturday

Look out above was Debbies advice. Mine is also watch out below.

The size of the blades of grass show you how big this fearsome fungi, appropriately named Stink Horn, is

I see things that fly

Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Anything That Flies

I hope you enjoy sliding in and sliding out……

It’s all about the feathers

Sunday Still: Birds of a Feather

Coucal Pheasant

Welcome Swallow showing you what a feather looks like

Australian Ibis

Rooster neck feathers

Rooster tail feathers called sickle feathers

King Parrot

King Parrot wing

Laughing Kookaburra showing his stylish new haircut

Rainbow Lorikeet and a Bottle Brush flower

Musk Lorikeet

Crimson Rosella

Scarlet Honeyeater

A gift for a Marigold flower

Getting the nature blues

Cee’s Mid-week Madness Challenge: November Colour Blue

This is the song that came into my head when composing this post. It is a golden oldie from the 50’s

A shiny fellow

The Ragtag Daily Prompt Wednesday: Spangle

Can’t go past the spangliest bloke around here, a Spangled Drongo. They are a Spring visitor here and are making their weird metallic sounds in the garden every morning and night.

Had to throw in this long distance water photo of the farm dam next door to my besties