Bath time for seagulls at sunset

Debbie’s Six Word Saturday
Some of you may have noticed I am into an abstract phase at the moment. I hope you are enjoying the conversion of my images into something a bit different. I really would like to know what you think thank you. For once I haven’t “copied” Debbie’s title using my images but maybe next Saturday………

It’s all L in the end

Cee’s Mid-week Madness Challenge July Alphabet: Letter L at the end of a word

Bell

Tunnel

Butterfly – Australian Gull

Silver Gull

Daffodil/Floral (stolen idea from See’s post)

Cloud swirl

Girl (Dirtgirl is an Australian gardening, composting and recycling pin-up. Here she is as a lantern in a parade)

Grey Fantail

Powerful Owl

Willie Wagtail

Aeroplane trail

Roosters tail

Brushtail Possum

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

Fish for lunch

Bird Weekly Photo Challenge – Birds that eat Fish as their Primary Diet

A White-faced Heron

Silver Gulls like fish…..and chips

Osprey with lunch

White-bellied Sea Eagle on the lookout for lunch

The Great Cormorant has his lunch

A Darter chasing fish

A Pied Cormorant thinking of lunch

Pelican cruising the water looking for fish

White feathers

Bird Weekly Photo Challenge – Birds With White feathers

“What do you mean it’s all about white feathers!!! What are these!!! Well I’m staying”

Sulphur-crested Cockatoo taking a stroll

Channel-billed Cuckoos. A migrant from Papua New Guinea who arrives with a raucous voice. They kick out other birds eggs from the nest, lay their eggs and leave the other bird to host the chicks. To see a smaller bird feeding a much bigger bird is distressing as that little bird will wear out from trying to keep enough feed going. They try for Ravens and Magpie nests usually.

An Intermediate Egret is wondering what all the fuss is about

I love seeing Sacred Ibis wheeling about on the current especially a huge flock….magnificent

Fly….it’s much nicer to have a stroll on the beach.

“Quick everyone….get out of here. There’s an Osprey walking along the beach coming this way”

I had to put in a Pelican didn’t I?

Royal Spoonbills always look serious to me

HI….great to see you

And a bonus Pelican