This lively (and noisy) fellow visits us on most days while the spring flowers are about.
We were recently enjoying our lunch outside in the sun when he decided to join us.
Despite him being a LITTLE WATTLE BIRD, he prefers African Aloe saponaria to our native wattle blossoms of which we have plenty.
I hope my photos successfully portray the delight that he is.
I have now uploaded my 2017 Calendar ready for printing. So for those of you who have already ordered sight unseen here now is how it will look. And no it does not open as a book as the graphic shows but hangs with the main photo at the top and the calendar at the bottom as per … Continue reading – Photos and more
I am producing a wall calendar again this year.
The excellent news is that it will be
less than $10 a copy. (Plus Postage)
The more orders I get the cheaper they will be.
All photos are from the Australian Outback and includes Australian birds and landscapes.
The new design allows for 2 or 3 … Continue reading – Photos and more
We are into planning our next outback adventure and intend setting off in the first week of June for 4 months. So, as is usual, we are looking for a house sitter.
So the deal is free rent, cable broadband (up to 200GB/mth), free calls to landlines (Local and STD), calls to mobiles capped … Continue reading – Photos and more
Make, place and photo date revealed.
The car experts will have a better idea as to the year and model of the “Rollers”
Here is the original photo plus one extra taken at Uluru (Ayers Rock) on 13th Oct 2008 – not something you see every day at Ayers Rock. A pity it was the middle of the day with very harsh … Continue reading – Photos and more