Diversity in a garden

Debbie’s One Word Sunday: Diversity

I found this wild and whacky garden a while ago. It most certainly has quite a bit of diversity in the ornaments and plantings.

This song has a message of Indigenous Rights. Always chills me to my core and can’t help but sing along, join in if you want

Down at the waterhole

Debbie’s One Word Sunday: Drink

The favourite spot on my place. I haven’t done any work down there for quite a while as after the fire of December 2019 it made me too sad to go down there.

Looking at these photos does bring back happy memories and a bit of motivation to see what work needs to be done.

It is good to share. A White-throated Honeyeater and a Yellow-faced Honeyeater

Just drink, don’t look at your reflection. Those rocks look slippery. A White-throated Honeyeater

A Fuscous Honeyeater sips

A Red-browed Firetail Finch get really into drinking

One month before the fire and a week after

On the angle

Debbie’s One Word Sunday: Diagonal

Couldn’t decide on one so here’s a few diagonals

Water

Intentional Camera Movement in the garden

A Pelican

Some clouds

A female Golden Whistler on a diagonal branch. There one minute and gone the next

In Sydney on a rainy day

Debbie’s One Word Sunday: Fame

Two pieces of Australian fame in one photo

As an after thought. I have to add a bit more Australian fame that isn’t in the rain or in Sydney. This time a Kangaroo not a Wallaby

Mr Sleepy