Sunday, September 9, 2012

Project 366 Rewind {Week 35}


Day 239 (August 26) - This Noisy Friar Bird visits our back yard numerous times each day. With it's distinctive call, it has proven rather elusive, hiding amongst the branches while feeding, but I have been determined to capture it. It took me around 5 weeks to get a clear shot.

Day 240 (August 27) - Meet "Fluffy", "Noisy" & "Butch". Afternoon chit chat on the fence.

Day 241 (August 28) - My first day out with my new Tamron 90mm macro lens and I was treated with this Blue Triangle Butterfly. I'm amazed I captured anything as it was flitting about all over the place and wouldn't keep its wings still even when resting on a flower.

Day 242 (August 29) - Eastern Water Dragon sunning himself at Roma Street Parklands.

Day 243 (August 30) - Blossoms beginning to flower. A sign that Spring is just around the corner!!

Day 244 (August 31) - Sunset on the last day of winter. We were treated to a spectacular show!!

Day 245 (September 1) - Reflecting... A beautiful day, a lovely drive out west to the Somerset region, via Lake Wivenhoe (Wivenhoe Dam), Esk and our final destination was Lake Somerset (Somerset Dam) for a picturesque sunset shoot.

Sharing with:

Naptime Momtog

18 comments:

TexWisGirl said...

lovely and more lovely! great wildlife (love those names you give the birds) and beautiful views!

Łucja-Maria said...

Dear Liz!
Your photos are beautiful.
They are full of romance.
Lucja

Sandra said...

what a bird, he is so handsome, my first viewing of one. all your photos are stunning today. really beautiful

Joop Zand said...

Lovely photo's Liz...... very well done.

Hugs from Holland, Joop

Karin M. said...

Very nice photo series, beautiful nature shots.
I especially like the sunset.
Love greetings, Karin

Grandma Barb's This and That said...

Beautiful photos, Liz. You did a great job of capturing the butterfly with your new lens. Lovely photo of the sunset on the last day of winter.

Seeing Each Day said...

I can see you're making the most of your new lens ( my newest one a few months ago was a 60mm macro) - well done on the butterfly shot. Your sunset shot is indeed spectacular.

Carole M. said...

you do some wonderful trips and to round it off with a sunset photo, that's tops! Loved your friar-bird shot especially Liz, and have lots of fun with your macro lens. Love the butterfly.

Pieces of Sunshine said...

Your photo of the Noisy Friar Bird is excellent. I haven't heard of these before. A Tamron 90mm Macro, looking forward to hearing how you find it, it's one I have considered.

Juliana said...

extremely beautiful and sharp details on your pictures! so nice! congrats!

xoxo, Juliana
[pjhappies.blogspot.com]

Bernie H said...

I see you got to Roma Street Parklands and captured one of those amazing Water Dragons. Loved the 'chit chat' shot too. Of course, I'm always partial to a bit of sunset colour.

Michael S-B said...

Such amazing shots. That butterfly pic is awesome. And your one at Somerset. I love the colours you've captured in the sunset. Xoxo

El rincón de Ceditas said...

Preciosas todas tus fotografías Liz.
Un abrazo

Michelle said...

Love that sunset and the names you gave to the birds on the fence. Beautiful photos. And good job capturing the friar bird. The only time I've seen one is at the zoo.

Nadege, said...

An amazing collection...so diverse.

Henrietta Hassinen said...

I have to say your winter looks even more summery than our spring:)

Pat Tillett said...

WOW! All of them are great photographs! Your wildlife is amazing!

Gina @ Gigi Marie Photography said...

Once again- these are amazing! I am completely pulled in to that sunset!!!!!!!

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...