A Journal of our Adventures
Diane, what a beautiful and colorful visitor. I would love to see these exotic looking birds in my yard, lucky you!
Yes we have wonderful birds, though I haven't seen this beauty. Great photo.
This is one of my favourite garden visitors up here as well. They really are a beautiful bird! Great photos.
You guys have the most beautiful birds there. Here not so much. Browns...greys...My daughter lives in Washington DC and they have pretty ones there but not like Australia. Gosh I'd like to visit there.
Another bird I haven't seen before. ... it's beautiful Clearly I didn't have my eyes open when I lived in Queensland.
Wow, what amazing birds to have in the garden.How is Bill doing?I've never climbed Mt Monadnock. Pronounced: Mon-ad-nock.Have a wonderful day.☼ Sunny
Another bird I've never heard of before....you certainly have some spectacular and colourful visitors.
Beautiful bird, Diane.... The Rosella is so colorful... Are they common????Have you seen the Wompoo anymore???Have a great day.Hugs,Betsy
My goodness, diane, what a beautiful bird. You certainly do have brilliant-coloured birds in your garden. (and this in winter!) Thanks for commenting on my posts these past few days. To answer your question on should men also not hinder their wives: I've never seen this exact verse in the Bible. But I do know that men are instructed to love their wives with the same love that Christ showed the church. (Ephesians 5:25) Wives are never told to love their husbands (I believe because wives/women never have to be told to do the right thing LOL!) but to be submissive to their husbands. One translation says "respect your husbands" which probably sits better with the modern woman than the previous instruction!) How is Bill? Is he making good use of that sunbed you bought him? Have a wonderful week. Jo
Terrific shots of a most beautiful bird, Diane. It is an engrossing sport bird-photography. My book says it inhabits the eastern half of QLD and just a smidge into N-NSW. There is a variant around Cairns that has a purple head rather than whiteish. Closely related to the Eastern Rosella and they have been known to interbreed. There is a lot of blue beneath his wings.,Gorgeous pair of images.
That is a beautiful bird, Diane. You will have a wonderful visit with your fox next week!
What a gorgeous bird!!! So many wonderful things to see where you live!!
Pretty. I have never seen these.
Well done Diane, you must have had your camera ready.I do like your stools also in previous post.
What a beautiful capture Diane...have never managed a decent photograph of these pale heads...very shy around here...
What a beautiful bird! Wasn't it just the other day when you said you were trying to be a better bird photographer? You're a mighty fast learner -- these look great.
Oh how I love seeing all your birds! Such color :-)