October was unusually cold, wet and miserable with only a few sunny days. These animals visited our place, not all of them are really
“visitors”, some live here all the time, though I don’t usually see them.
You can visit other bloggers who contribute to Wildlife Wednesdays here.
Sliding the cursor over the image will show the caption or if you click on an image it will take you to a Slideshow with larger images where you’ll also be able to read the captions.
Male Tawny Fromouth
Red Wattlebird on Grevillea Robusta
Tawny Frogmouth and chicks
Rainbow Lorikeet on Bottlebrush
Female Tawny Frogmouth
Locust -brown camo
Locust -green camo
Blue bottomed fly
Southern Grass Dart
Meadow Argus Butterfly
Bitterbush Blue Butterfly
Australian Admiral Butterfly
Marbled Gecko with regrown tail
Creepy, Crawly, Slimy or Scary
Centipede and slug
Ants at work in the nursery
For the Weekly Photo Challenge Dad’s old brushes and funnels transmogrify into a garden sculpture.
My “Macro Moment” photo this week is of a native Blue-banded Bee at a Salvia flower.
Crop from an image taken with my Panasonic Lumix, TZ-60 a nice little “point and shoot” with a Leica lens.
Thanks Ceenoa for hosting the Emotography Showcase, it’s been fun participating but I’ve reached the end of the alphabet so that’s it for me.
The challenge this week was to photograph something which caught your eye then seemed to disappear when you moved. My photo is of the shine caused by some oil on a footpath which did just that.
In southern Australia just now it’s Spring rather than “Fall” so these are actually new shoots, not autumn leaves but I think they suit the topic.
The little bug is a Native Cockroach.
Almost my last post for the Emotography Showcase.