Sharon Greenaway

Digital Artist and Creative Writer

Feather brained

Some people may already think this, but lately I am going feather brained. What with researching and photographing emus for my new children’s e-book I am also endeavouring to capture images of the local bird population and its young.

So far the tawny frogmouths have been very co operative, so have the crested pigeons. Recently the noisy miners have joined the list and a single gorgeous brownish coloured young butcherbird.

I hope to incorporate this imagery into a fine art project for next year…wish me luck!

 

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This entry was posted on November 16, 2012 by in art, bendigo, books, children's, environment, fauna and tagged , , , , , , .
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