Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Long Items
Debbie’s Six Word Saturday
I just had to use Debbie’s title with a bit of a twist. This is a juvenile Black-necked Stork, The only endemic stork to Australia, stretching it’s wings getting ready to learn to fly and leave what is basically a cow paddock with a bit of water after the rain.
The Bird Weekly Photo Challenge: Birds in Black and White
I thought I had already contributed to Lisa’s photo challenge and looking through my posts I can see that I have written quite a number of posts with a similar theme. I will have to dig into the archives for this one so sorry if you have seen some of these before
Here’s a short song that I discovered many many years ago. I hope you can enjoy it as much as I do.
Mid-Week Monochrome # 52: Birds of a Feather
The Weekly Prompt Photo Challenge from Sue: Black
There is quite a lot of black around here. Let’s sample a few shall we
Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: View From the Side
A couple of photos of Black-necked Storks from around the Clarence Valley
The Weekly Prompt from Sue for the photo challenge: Walking
Yes walking. There is always someone walking about isn’t there?
A White-faced Heron takes a walk among the Mangroves
A Black-necked Stork walks in the wetland looking for a snack
Having a stroll along the beach, an Osprey without a care in the world
The Ragtag Daily Prompt: Walk
Why walk when you can be carried
Walking in a parade
Following your mother
Walking among the cattle
Oops….a bloke with a camera……gotta go
Look. Get my best side please
Going for a stroll down the beach