|Arrow marks position where galahs were (you'll see at bottom of this post)|
It's a tree where I've taken photographs of various birds, parrots, cockatoos, from this window position, even on branches higher up. At the bottom right of this photo you can see the wintering crepe-myrtle tops where I'd snapped the female rosella the other day.
This photo taken from a lower pathway in the back garden looking over the tibouchinas, and up to the tree.
This one I kept just to share the moment, as the galahs flew to the sliced-off hole in a limb, which had eventuated from council-workers on a cherry-picker some years ago, when they were severing 'dangerous limbs'. They put on quite a display of bobbing up and down and cleaning out the hole, singing out; quaint parrots they are. Pink and grey is an eye-catching combination!