Garden in the subtropics;
Currumbin Valley; Queensland, Australia
Hi Titania, good to see your birds like to keep current on the affairs of the world LOL!I do think you could grow the muhly grass where you live. Now finding it might be hard, or not, but it is worth the extra effort of the diligent search.Franceshttp://fairegarden.wordpress.com/
Great capture teamed up with very appropriate words;) Happy Friday! (Although it is very much Thursday still on this side of the globe)
Hello Titiana !The pigeon is very "gros". It's seem like an eagle...Nice photo and beatiful sky !
Nice capture, I hope he didn't bend the antenna too much so you could stil get Macka on a Sunday morning.
Hi Trudi, those words made me smile. Ideas can be limitless with the sky as a backdrop!The crested pigeon must be a pretty creature. Loved the shot!
Hello Titania!I see your pigeon has a great music taste :-)...greetings from Croatia
Hallo Titania, I love your sense of humour! Happy SWF!
I love this pic. Well doneThanks for sharing.Cheershttp://reginainpictures.blogspot.com/
Cool catch for SWF!!!! I am so happy to be part of this fun. I find myself excited and visiting other sky photos all over the world. Happy Skywatch! Hope you can visit my SWF entry too...
Your pigeon chose the perfect roost to easy listening. Very nice.
Great photo. Very interesting shot. Birds make great subjects to shot....on film that is.
The pigeon looks tuned in. ;-)Happy Sky Watch!
Too cool, the crested pigeons are the cutest little creatures, see look so cocky with their little tuffted hats on. Yes sometimes I am away from computers and the net for Thursday and Friday so I set up most of Sky Watch on my blog with a timer setting. It lets me have more free time to do fun things like visit all the great blogs like yours.
Beautiful - framed by a cloud of clouds. Very nicely captured.
Ha ha! look like compass direction to me. :)Happy SW Friday!
Hello there TitaniaWhat a fun capture and words this is... At least it was not singing that dreadful 'Birdy Song'
Hallo Titania,nun wenn man so nette Morgengäste hat, die schon das Radio anstellen!!!Ein schöner Beitrag für SWF.Wir hier oben geniessen schon den Herbst und ihr ????Liebe Grüsse Hartmut
Hallo Titania,ein wunderbar "erwischtes" Bild - auch ich heute vorhin etwas beitragen können - ein herrlicher Sonnenuntergang am Freitagabend -goldener Oktober!Liebe GrüßeIngrid
Is that bird as big as it looks? Yikes! Love the caption :)
Hee, hee. Love the stark shot and your words :0)
Hi Titania, very cool photo you took there, great capture. Thanks for sharing.
Gelungener Schnappschuss der auch gut zum Song "Morning has broken" (Ralph McTell, eine alte Schallplatte !) passt. Ein Lied übrigens, das ich auch ab und zu mit grösseren SchülerInnen singe. Vielleicht kennst du es ja auch?Liebe Grüsse, Barbara
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