The life of a Hibiscus

A green bud and one ready to unfurl with another partly opened flower in the background

A green bud poking it’s nose out and a new flower waiting to open fully

Opening wide to receive the sunshine and catch the water drops

Cee’s FOTD

Birds having a day at the beach

Cee’s Black & White Challenge: Birds

Crested Terns hanging out

An Australian Pelican takes in the view

Silver Gulls take a swim

Sooty Oystercatcher takes a stroll

An Osprey paddles on the waters edge

Re-living the Past – My first white flower photos

Cee’s Mid-week Madness Challenge: January Colour White

This bunch of white flowers are from 2014.

L-R top White Crocus – Native Hibiscus – Daisy
Agapanthus – Rose -small native flower
No idea but isn’t it amazing

Being bold

Today’s bloganuary prompt: What does it mean to live boldly?

Here is some small birds living boldly. What do you think?

The Wedge-tailed Eagle is the largest Eagle in Australia and the third largest in the world, with a wing span of just under 210cm or seven feet.

Smaller birds aren’t impressed when a Wedge-tailed Eagle invade their space and will swoop and dive.

Even if the Wedge-tailed Eagle has found it’s lunch, there’s no peaceful place to eat.

In Australia Pied Magpies are well know for their territorial swooping of anything from small dogs, people and even Wedge-tailed Eagles