Peron’s tree frog…a very noisy and creepy call to this pretty native resident.
We were privileged to witness a pair of Tawny Frogmouths for a period of 3 months as they prepared to start a new family. From the first pics taken on the 19th August 2012 to the last ones (27th November 2012) before the family moved on we enjoyed witnessing and listening to these lovely birds.Continue reading “Tawny Timeline”
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. RecentlyContinue reading “Feather brained”
I have one piece on show at the current exhibition at Viewpoint Bendigo in its latest show ‘GotArt?’. For unique artistic presents for Christmas or anytime, come along to support local artists and buy a piece of art…all pieces in the exhibition are below $500.
http://www.abc.net.au/iview/#/program/23968 If you missed the ABC Open episode last Friday night on my homage to mothers, you can catch up on ABC iview above.
Well Bill and I managed to install our latest exhibition at the Capital 50 View Street, Bendigo, yesterday in under 2 hours! That is a record we must be getting used to all the leveling And adjusting etc.
Having read about a forthcoming show of art brooches I have been I inspired to create a limited number of my own brooches using some Imagining Mum photographs. What do you think?
Queenie:One Elephant’s Story. Corinne Fenton, ill. Peter Gouldthorpe. ISBN 9781742032153(2012) paperback, $16.95, Walker Books. This book (reprinted from the 2006 edition) is based on the real life story of an elephantwho was born in India toward the very end of the 19th century, wascaught when… the hunters found herand shipped to Australia to live herContinue reading “Queenie. One Elephant’s Story.”