The lighting reveals the rich colours of the bark and timber in this eucalypt.
Four cormorants visited the dam each day for a week.
We have at least eight Crimson Rosella’s which reside on our land.
Fog softens the colours of the landscape
We have two resident galahs, but have up to six visiting from time to time.
The dam on a still Winter day.
The magpies show ownership of the land by chasing other birds away.
We have only seen this pied cormorant once.
This plover was prompted to move on very quickly by a group of magpies, who were pecking at it.
Reflection of trees in the dam at dawn on a sunny, still, Spring day. The golden treetops are a bonus!
Gentle ripples at sunset
A Winter storm lashes the dam surface
The cockatoos are very shy. At the first sign of human movement, they are back in the trees, or flying away.
The sky fades from grey to blue behind this tree.
I’ve always loved the combination of a sunlit foreground against a dark thundercloud sky.
The dam in the soft glow of sunset
On a windy night, the sunset and ripples change the look of the dam
The faint golden glow of sunset through the trees
We’re not sure if these ducks live nearby, but they sometimes drop in for an hour or two.
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