Debbie’s One Word Sunday: Peep
There is the shy peep from the trees
The loud peep as someone is about to arrive with some food
The peep over the neighbours fence look
Or the sense that someone is peeking at you
The Mum says it’s alright but I’m not so sure peep from the pouch
This photo challenge isn’t hoisted by anyone so there is no links or pingbacks required. Just post one of your favourite portrait photos.
The Ragtag Daily Prompt Wednesday: Sleep
I was going to come out all Shakespeare or poetic writing but I am too tired so here is a bit of sleep through my lens
Kate’s Friday Fun: Portraits
The many portraits from the collection
The word prompt on the Tuesday Photo Prompt: Close Up
I love close up photography. So many photos to choose from so here is just a few of my Close Ups
The Welcome Swallow was just as interested in what I was doing as I him.
The Wanderer Butterfly wing has so many patterns and colours
The Green Tree Frog seemed happy to see me and my camera
A Tawny Frogmouth just looking in on what you are doing
November saw a number of birds who came within my camera view. Many are regular visitors.
One “visitor” is my chook. This photo is through the door from my office. She likes to come looking for me and knocks on the door if I don’t pay her any attention.
Another visitor is a King Parrot. When I am outside, he comes and sits nearby whistling to get my attention and to see if I may have some spare seeds.
I did a blog about Kurrie the Pied Currawong earlier in November. Here he is with his fluffy feathers
And calling to the parent for some food
Lewins Honeyeaters are the boss of my besties garden. They love the Blue Salvia flowers
When I was walking around Grafton, I spied a Forest Kingfisher. Soon his mate joined him. It’s amazing the variety birds that are in town.
We wondered why the birds are skittish in my besties garden every now and then. I spied a Black-shouldered Kite on the other side of the valley.
With an abundance of Paperbark flowers, the Little Friarbird has a great selection to chose from.
A Black-faced Cuckoo Shrike was looking for a snack I think.
A Tawny Frogmouth was resting from its nocturnal hunting.
The Red-browed Firetail was wondering
1. If the water was too deep
2. If the water was too cold
3. If there were too many leaves in the bird bath
The Figbird kept a wary eye on my stalking through the garden.
The Eastern Yellow Robin after his bath. Bird baths are a great source for bird photos.
A seasonal visitor is the Leaden Flycatcher. The little bird hangs about for a week or so, chirping away and enjoying the garden