Getting framed!

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAI took an early morning walk out into the south paddock today, and had good company with Fred and Merriwether – both galloping and frolicking about together, making me laugh a lot πŸ™‚

All these images taken with my 45mm lens on the Olympus E-M5.

For those who are suffering from snow, cold winds, icy conditions – may this brighten your day a little πŸ™‚


6 thoughts on “Getting framed!

  1. I don’t know about the rest of the world, but I’m brightened. Do you happen to know what kind of birds those are in the last photo? They’re very attractive. Do they belong to that nest? We have some monk parakeets here now who build enormous nests for their colonies.

    • Those birds Linda, are pink and grey galahs – birds of great character. They can be taught to talk human language – and imitate other sounds also. That isn’t a nest but a bundle of leaves giving the appearance of such. These birds nest in tree hollows, usually high up in gum trees. Somewhere in my archives, I’ve got images of a goanna climbing a tree and raiding the nest, despite the frantic efforts of the parent birds to prevent it. An earlier post though shows the birds up closer….

  2. You have brightened my day, for sure! We are approaching spring and today is warmer, but there is still snow on the ground and the threat of a storm tomorrow. Thanks for the respite of my window’s view, Eremophila.

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