A Scarlet Robin snapped by a friend through her loungeroom window. It’s a year since I’ve seen one. Yellow robins yes, but no flames, scarlets, roses or pinks. Have to get about more.
Every time we take a particular “nature” walk in the Booderee Nat Park, I try to photograph this tiny stream. It runs under a wooden bridge in a small slice of bush between heath and more open forest. Loved by whistlers, spinebills, thrushes and scrubwrens (despite the ever present New Holland honeyeaters claiming first place) it is a wonderful point on the grid, preserved for ever – I hope. I never get the colours, focus right. But this is the most recent effort.
Fake snow for free from WordPress until Jan 4. One day I must spend summer in a winter climate.