Currently the resident Butcherbird family has increased to four and the parents are kept very busy caring for their two young chicks. The adults have been showing them places where there is shade and food (our front door step area) and water holes (buckets we have put out during this heatwave.) When we are homeContinue reading “Grey Butcherbirds’ behaviour in the Heatwave”
I particularly love this image as the Bird Of Paradise flower was a gift from my daugther. Limited edition life size prints are available for sale, with and without black frames. Please contact me for further information.
National Trust Community Heritage Competition Winner. My story about remembering the old ‘Coles Caf’ in Bendigo and what it meant to a young mum new to town has won the National Trust project called Australia’s Community Heritage. As part of the launch the Trust ran a competition whereby all contributions to the site before SeptemberContinue reading “National Trust Community Heritage”
Peeps out from under it’s parent, while still on the nest. Next day parent and chic have moved to a fresh branch.
Illuminated Environments…The Illuminers’ work is up for all to see. Sharon Greenaway of the Illuminers in front of some of her art work.Image: Bill Greenaway. 2013. Last night was Bump In time for our group as we met with Gary Morris of The Unicorn restaurant in Ballarat. Our group is showing in the fringe festivalContinue reading “The Illuminers All Set to Shine.”
Despite my disappointment at not getting my mind’s eye shot of the moon this month, I got a pleasant surprise early this morning.
Returning to Tasmania twenty eight years after our last visit, one of the things I really wanted to visit was MONA; Bill not so sure. I first learnt of MONA (the Museum of New and Old Art) when watching the now defunct ABC television show Collectors in 2011 and had wanted to visit this unique,Continue reading “MONA Visit Tasmania 2013”