21 May 2012

Medley of Country Scenes

a little 'old-timer'
at Sandy Hollow, inland, N.S.W
somewhere, near to Mudgee




..this was 'the shed' but unfortunately the house nearby was hidden by trees



Kestrel Country - Wollemi National Park

no idea what; any clues?




21 comments:

TexWisGirl said...

that 2nd shot is PERFECT! beautiful...

Jeanne said...

Lovely shots of this area. Was this a weekend exploration?

Carole M. said...

Thanks TexWisGirl!

Jeanne it was part of my ‘excursion’ to Mudgee, on the birding trip a few weeks back.

Pieces of Sunshine said...

Gorgeous photos of delightful Australian countryside. The old buildings certainly have their own character.

heyBJK said...

I knew when I saw the title there were going to be more gorgeous scenery shots! I was right. Beautiful country! I don't know what that bird is, but I love that photo.

Grandma Barb's This and That said...

Great photos, Carole. I love the old buildings and the tree reflections under the bridge.
I like the black and white ruffed Lemurs in the previous post too.

Anonymous said...

diese urwüchsige Landschaft.. wunderschön fotografiert!
Lieben Gruss Elke

Francisca said...

Carole, these are beautiful photos of a beautiful place. I can hardly imagine scenery more different from the walk in the rice fields I posted a few days ago! :-)

subbu said...

The place looks wonderful! The house amid the grassland, surrounded by tress is perfect countryside residing! The pebble stream is inviting :)

Pam said...

I enjoy seeing your lovely Australian countryside, Carole. Great composition on your bird shot, I have no clue either.

Mumsy¸.¤ª“˜¨ said...

Your photos show such a peaceful, and beautiful view of this area. The first photo is so amazing to me!

Marilyn said...

Carole, these country scenes are just gorgeous! I have to say I'm in love with the lemurs -- so cute.

Pearl said...

Wow! What a beautiful area!

Pearl

CameraCruise said...

Beautiful shots from a wonderful place, Carole.
Love the 'old-timer' and the second shot is stunning!
Mette

Karin M. said...

It looks like an untouched landscape ...
a beautiful and interesting park ..
Best regards, Karin

Crack You Whip said...

I love country scenes, but not sure what the little bird is.

Jan Castle said...

Very I interesting to see your countryside...thanks for sharing!
Jan

Liz said...

Lovely scenery, Carole! I particularly love the first shot but all re wonderful.

Julie said...

Perhaps a form of Gerygone? I will work on it. The tail has me stumped a bit, together with the rest.

Julie said...

Pale-yellow Robin ... ah but says it seldom leaves dense cover. Drats.

A Yellow Thonrnbill doesn't have the eye-patch nor the wedged-tail.

Consider a Jacky Wynter ... not the eye-ring though.

Liz said...

Gorgeous shots of our beautiful Australian countryside. I love those barns!!