Over 2 weeks ago, I had knee surgery. And if that wasn't enough to deal with, I was diagnosed with a DVT (Deep Vein Thrombosis) in my calf on Monday. I am now on a minimum of 3 months anticoagulant treatment.
I was due to have much needed shoulder surgery on the 19th September but due to the DVT, my shoulder surgery has been postponed until I have been given the all clear.
Due to this, I have barely picked up my camera in almost 3 weeks. On Sunday, Michael took me for a drive up to the Sunshine Coast to visit friends. I took my camera, just in case I had to opportunity to photograph something which didn't involve my usual walking on the sand, rocks or similar.
I was rapt when I saw a few birds I'd never come across before on a power line right beside where we parked the car.
These 2 were very affectionate...
The White-breasted Woodswallow is a medium-sized bird with a dark grey head and neck. It has dark blue-grey upperparts, tail and wings, white white underparts and underwings.
They are found in eucalypt forests and woodlands, usually close to water, and in mangroves.
These White-breasted Woodswallows were found on a suburban street, near the beach.
And then there were 3...
Joining in with Stewart's meme: