Monthly Archive for August, 2010

That’s gratitude for you…..

In the garden we have a plant of Correa reflexa var. nummulariifolia. Our plant came from the late Bill Cane. For quite a number of years it has hardly flowered at all due to the drought conditions we have been experiencing, but with a little winter rain this year it has put out a flush […]

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Saturday snapshots.

Wrens can be most frustrating to photograph, keeping constantly on the move, and blue males more than most being always on the lookout. A brief visit to Lake Guyatt produced the following picture, a flock was foraging beside the carpark, and this male was photographed from the car while it was checking things out from […]

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