08 April 2012

Noisy Miners in the birdbath - video

Having a splashing good time of it too ... you might catch the Currawong calling in the background, in the last quarter.

Question to video-makers:  Apart from the somewhat irritating traffic-noise, there is an embedded Lloyd Bridges/Sea Hunt memory happening in the depths of  video recordings with my camera. Clue: For those who don't know the tv series Sea Hunt, the sound is like the diver's underwater air-tank bubbles  ...can you hear what I'm pointing out, and if so, I'm wondering what causes it?





8 comments:

Sinbad and I on the Loose said...

Oh that was fun. I never tire of watching birds bathe. I think I picked up on the noise you mentioned. Does it happen no matter where you are, in all types of situations? I can tell you how you can remove the prompt to similar videos (other people's videos) at the end of your showing.

Grandma Barb's This and That said...

They certainly were having a good time bathing. It was so fun to see them jumping in and out and splashing.
I have my bird bath out now and the birds are really enjoying it. But I have not been able to capture any. When it warms up I will sit in my chair out there with my camera and see what I can get.

Warren Baker said...

Carole,
Thanks for visiting my blog, and leaving such kind comments ;-)

Enjoy what nature has to bring you!

Wanda..plain~N~simple said...

They sure are having fun! Is your bath made from a terra cotta plant dish? Very creative if so.

CameraCruise said...

It was so great to watch them.
Thanks for sharing.
Have a wonderful day, Carole.
Mette

Micha S. said...

It seems that you like animals bathing ;-)

Dianne said...

What a delightful video Carole ... I love how one miner flits off for a while and quickly returns for his splash in the pond. I don't know what the background noise is but in this video it doesn't distract at all.

Carole M. said...

thanks all for your comments, and to Wanda, yes that bird-bath is a deep terra-cotta saucer/plant-dish. I did have to treat it first though with a terra-cotta sealer though so the water wouldn't leach through.