What’s happening in our neck of the woods and in other necks not so woody
The dawn chorus failed this morning.
New analysis confirms the relationship between climate drivers such as El Niño, climate change and the Australian bushfire season.
The King Parrots and Galahs appeared in our large wattle just feet away, ten minutes afterwards!
Upriver were pairs of Sooty and Pied Oystercatchers.
We have inherited such a beautiful world that we are wasting cruelly.
Their food trees are not doing well in the dry so they are in the gardens after callistemons etc.
The monochromatic images offer a dreamlike quality . . .
The peacock’s tail worried Darwin, and more, made him feel ‘sick’ . . . but then . . .
Photography is a marvellous discovery, a science that has attracted the greatest intellects, an art that excites the most astute minds – and one that can be practised by any imbecile. Nadar
If photography is to be discussed on a serious level it must be described in relation to death. It’s true that a photograph is a witness, but a witness of something that is no more. Roland Barthes