The road to my place. In this post I haven’t included so much that happens here to keep it brief, no butterflies or insects, a few birds, no garden flowers, no bush views, I hope you don’t mind.
Mt country comfort in the bush
My favourite place to go and relax and enjoy the bush, the sounds and the birds
How I communicate with the world
The sheds are a place of work and contemplation
The garden relaxes
Some days I actually see sunrise
There is always visitors who come to the verandah and say g’day A male Satin Bowerbird drops in and is usually followed by a female or two. I can tell when the mountains are getting a bit cooler when the Bowerbirds come down from the mountains and settle here for Winter.
Tiny the King Parrot enjoys coming to the house to make sure I am OK. Not really, he’s just looking for snacks.
Sometimes a stranger wants to see why the verandah is special. A Wonga Pigeon was a first time visitor to the garden a few years ago. I hope they return this year.
Sometimes the king Parrots are quite curious on what I am doing around the place
The place to sit and relax and enjoy the country comfort. When are you going to drop in?
This post is an experiment in using my photos utilising a separate WP site to hold my photos. This blog’s media is getting full and try as I might I can’t delete enough photos fast enough to reduce my storage. Thanks to Jude for suggesting doing this and her helpful tips. Let’s see if I can do it and it works.
As Hammad has been absent but I was still keen to take a photo every Saturday morning from the same spot but at varying times. Following are the ones I have amassed while waiting for our friend Hammad and his family to recover from this horrid Covid virus and get a break from working from home.
Here is your sky song for the weekend
23 January’s Weekend Sky
6 February was rather a spectacular morning I could resist taking more than one photo