18 November 2011

My Friday's Fences Post

in front of a quaint old rustic church in the Lower Blue Mountains, N.S.W.

...and with Rosellas on.  Photo taken through motel window, Mt. Beauty, Victoria


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14 comments:

TexWisGirl said...

love the rust on that roof. and those cool rosellas!

Tricia @ Bluff Area Daily said...

is that just the cutest lil church... neat find! =)

Liz said...

Great images Carole! I love the Rosellas on the fence!

Seraphina´s Phantasie said...

Just wonderful !

EG Wow said...

I like that rusty roof on the old church. And the Rosellas are such interesting bright-coloured birds. Are they a kind of parrot? Is it common to see three on the same fence? It kooks very exotic to me.

Jan n Jer said...

I love the archway leading into the rustic old church! Those Rosellas are gorgeous...they look like a tropical bird! Thanks for playing FF

Carletta said...

Quaint was exactly my thoughts before even reading your post - a cute little church. The archway is quite prominent and almost distracting but inviting as well.
Those birds are beautiful poised all in a row.
Lovely shots!

Jeanne said...

What a cute little church and what an interesting place for the fireplace. Looks like it might be in the bathroom or in a closet. Love those bird. First time I ever saw one of these. Or heard of one either. Very far from where you live???

Jan Castle said...

Great pics Carole!
Jan

Faye said...

Some else's post today featured the colorful rosella--very beautiful birds--apparently not too camera shy? Think that gate to the church must have been re-cycled but it makes a statement, doesn't it? "You are entering a very important place."

Rose said...

I love this...and those birds...ow, they are so gorgeous!

Nadege, said...

What a great capture of the Rosellas.

Bridget Larsen said...

Hi Carole, thought you'd gone AWOL then I realised everyone after 12 was late lol. Love our country fences, I wish to live in the country someday and I dont care which country it is lol
Bridget #2

Madge @ The View From Right Here said...

I do love that little church...