The other day, a Willie Wagtail was quite chirpy in the garden. I wondered why he was making such a fuss. Here is what I encountered.
I wonder if the water is cold or too deep? Maybe I’ll just pop in and see.
Hmm….it’s not deep and the water is a bit chilly but I think it will be OK.
Boy…..this is invigorating. I love splashing about!
Don’t forget to wash everywhere. A quick dunk will be just the thing.
Wow that water is a fabulous. I am going to have another big splash about.
A bit of a quick flick to get dry.
It’s great to feel lovely and clean. How do I look?
The Ragtag Daily Prompt Saturday: Identical
Nancy’s Photo a Week Challenge:The Rule of Thirds
When I photograph birds it is quite easy to get the photo within the rule of thirds. I always have the grid switched on so I can see where to place things. I use the rule of thirds to capture what the bird is looking at or doing perhaps.
Although what is it that gets the attention, the flowers or the bird?
A Figbird among Jacaranda flowers
A Noisy Friarbird and Bottlebrush flowers
The Satin Bowerbird enjoying the nectar from Honey Gem Grevillea flowers
Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: View From the Side
A couple of photos of Black-necked Storks from around the Clarence Valley
The word prompt from Maria at CitySonnet for April Photo a Day 15/4: Birds
The Ragtag Daily Prompt Tuesday: Hungry
Baby birds are always hungry. The Featured Photo is some hungry Spangled Drongo chicks
Welcome Swallow chicks really get in there
The Brown Honeyeaters beak is long and sharp but the chick doesn’t care
The Currawong chick always called out when a parent was coming with food
The Fig Bird chick seemed to always have the beak at the ready for a food drop
The Grey Fantail chicks argue who is getting the food first
Couldn’t decide on the music so here is two. One you will know and maybe something new for you to listen to