The lovely couple perched on the tree branch i passed by on my morning walk. They must have been romantic and humming or even chatting about the impeccable summer day that just began. Yes they bursted out laughing,😊 気持ちよく晴れた或る夏の朝、ウォーキング途中で見かけた可愛い笑いカワセミのペア。同じ方を見ながら、何やら囁き合うのかと思いきや、期待を裏切らない豪快な笑い(鳴き)声。そうだ、これが彼ら流の囁きだったのかもとこちらも笑顔に。☺️ Thank you for stopping by.
…or this guy is on duty patrolling the coastline, perhaps.. This photo is not great because the angle that I caught him stayed at the edge of the cliff, also caught the rock platform in straight line, and it made the his presence assimilated in background. Oh well, I could not help it as thereContinue reading “A lone dragon stays aloft”
…the beach for making sure the safety of all guests.. Thank you for stopping by.
….That’s what I thought the seagull was asking me. This was a lucky shot as it just turned to me when I trained my camera on it. …Thank you for turning to my camera frame. I am not a good photographer I am afraid, but If you happened to have a chance to see thisContinue reading “Are you a good photographer?”
26th of January is Australia Day and I got a cute lone visitor at my balcony in the morning. I have Lorikeets stopping by at my balcony sometimes, I guess only when they can not get enough feeding / food at others. I understand that they go around a pair. A week ago, I hadContinue reading “A lone visitor in Australia Day morning”
New arrival on today. As always, no clear subject or theme present in my head as to what to draw, but some sense had me made this. The below is a snapshot of developing the work. A complete one is posted on my Instagram account and will be shared on my Facebook page too. DespiteContinue reading “A piece of work of the day 12”
This was taken at Centennial Parklands sometime ago in the afternoon. While strolling in the vast space of the park, which was big enough for me to explore for a short time only before I went to next place, I ran into number of birds such as ducks, Australian white ibis, and black swans andContinue reading “A black swan on the pond”