24 July 2012

Warners Bay - Part One







Melaleuca (paperbark)  I saw a magpie fly off with a huge chunk of this.  Good to know it served such a great purpose, I thought what a great lining for a new nest!

Magpie

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11 comments:

Beth said...

i wonder if i will ever get to see a "magpie" in person ... such interesting birds. i love the shots here. looks really grey. i love the shot of all the boat turned over. looks very calming ... (:

ArtMuseDog and Carol said...

Fantastic photos ~ reminds me of the New England Coast ~ namaste, (A Creative Harbor)

ps. another Carol M here ~ (no e) enjoy ^_^

Hanne Bente said...

Great pictures of shows in owt.
Wishing you a good day :)
Hanne Bente / hbt.finus.dk

Joop Zand said...

Lovely pictures from nice places Carole.....good work again.
The last one is also great, good composition.

greetings, Joop

Grandma Barb's This and That said...

Great photos, Carole. I always love seeing scenes from your part of the world.

Mary said...

That is a beautiful place you have shared. Get that..bird, mouth open, mouth shut. Cool catch!

TexWisGirl said...

really like the perspective in the first shot! and the magpie is so dapper!

Gary said...

Great post!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

Micha S. said...

The last one is extremely good!

Jan Castle said...

Had the Melaleuca trees in Miami, Florida when I was a kid...messy tree but such fun to play with the peel off 'paper' and pretend!
Hugs,
Jan

Geke said...

I like the red beak and leggs on the sea gull. They also have red eye lids isn't it? It doesn´t show on the picture. Beautiful pictures!