One of our old regular cockatoos in the tree on this warm and beautiful winter afternoon in Canberra.
Three of the four oldies in our resident flock of Sulphur-crested cockatoos in Canberra this afternoon.
I walked to the library on this beautiful winter afternoon to return some books. The way this pandemic is unfolding I suspect we’re going to have closed libraries again soon …
St Christopher’s and Parliament House in Canberra on Saturday afternoon.
View from the front of my house in Canberra just now!
Two months until The Artist’s Secret (Brindabella Secrets #2) comes out. And here is a picture of the Brindabellas near my house when we came home yesterday afternoon (not bad for a picture from the back seat of the car!).
These three scruffy guys are the oldest in the flock, and here they are hanging out together on the power lines. The other birds rarely let them eat and routinely scare them off.
Some of the three-dozen or so cockatoos hanging out in the backyard this afternoon in Canberra.
Eastern rosellas doing their thing in Canberra this afternoon.