30 September 2013

Warrumbungle N.P., Part Two



Darling Pea generously decorated the landscape






vibrant hues of reds and burgundy as new gum leaves sprout from blackened trunks


White-winged Choughs were difficult to capture with their fast and jerky movements; goodness knows what it all meant



White Gums in the background

More flowers from the mighty Warrumbungles next post

9 comments:

Margaret Adamson said...

HI Carole I have been reading your previous posts and it is awful the devastation the fire has made but it is great to see how it is recovering.Love what looks to me like wild Sweet Pea and the yellow Canola Field is wonderful. Great you go the photo of the uncooperative White winged Chough. Love the shot of the King Parrot I have seen both these birds.

Irma said...

Beautiful pictures, Carole.
Greetings Irma

eileeninmd said...

Love the springs flowers poking out. The sweet pea is pretty and glad you captured the White winged Chough. Great series, thanks for sharing your visit. Have a happy day!

Christian Perrin said...

So your clever with your birds AND your plant life hey? I get more and more curious about plants as time goes by, but wouldn't know where to start. I like the Choughs, but I think the scenic shots are my favourites this time!

Beth @ E. Lizard Breath Speaks said...

i luv those blooms & the Choughs ... i wonder if he is related or similar to our black/crow/raven birds? so what a cool bird - luv those eyes. ( :

TexWisGirl said...

such color to be found coming up!

Brian King said...

Gorgeous country! Wonderful photos, Carole!

Wally Jones said...

Simply beautiful, Carole!
It's amazing how life springs back so quickly after a fire.

Thank you for letting us see your fantastic environment!

Jan Castle said...

TFS Carole....the White-winged Chough looks like he is ready for Halloween!!!
Hugs,
Jan