Hi, Maggie!

26 Jul

Hi, Maggie!

What a proud and splendid sight you are!

And how I love your beautiful song…

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Hi, Maggie!

Hi, Maggie!

Keeping Watch

25 Jul
Watchful Kookaburra

Watchful Kookaburra

We’ve all heard about a bird’s eye view…

Well, this Kookaburra seems to be making the most of his…

What a wonderful place to look at the passing parade!

Enjoy!

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A New Review: ‘Love, Desire and Betrayal’

24 Jul

Love Desire and Betrayal without template red

 

 

Many thanks  to Alexia J. Evans for her lovely review of my new release, ‘Love, Desire and Betrayal’.

http://www.amazon.com/Desire-Betrayal-Margaret-Lynette-Sharp-ebook/product-reviews/B00L8KOKZM/ref=cm_cr_dp_see_all_btm?ie=UTF8&showViewpoints=1&sortBy=bySubmissionDateDescending

Lookout, World — Here We Come!

24 Jul
Here We Come

Here We Come

Lookout world, here we come!

This family of ducks is heading our way…

A rare sight in the river, and to my eyes a most welcome one.

I wonder how many of the brood make it to adulthood?

I’m keeping my fingers crossed!

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Cloudy Skies…

23 Jul
Cloudy skies

Cloudy skies

Clouds fascinate me. Their forms and combinations seem infinite, and I never tiring of watching their changes– minute by minute.

Here is a photograph taken in the local park. The presence of clouds has made the scene what it is…

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Making Their Nest

22 Jul
Nesting Rainbow Lorikeets

Nesting Rainbow Lorikeets

What is more heartwarming than watching prospective parents in the process of making their home?

In the case of birds, it’s all about nests.

Australia’s Rainbow Lorikeets put their creativity to work in tree hollows.

Here’s a pair that are engrossed in the task. I photographed these in the local park in a Sydney suburb.

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Enjoy!

Graceful Flight

21 Jul
Graceful flight

Graceful flight

What is it about flight that grabs your attention?

The star of this photograph is, in my opinion, the graceful sea-bird. Wings outstretched, its journey seems effortless.

I’m not quite certain what type of bird it is. My best guess is that it’s an Egret, but the image is too small for me to be sure.

Be that as it may, it certainly catches my eye.

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