...and a little bit of Queensland
Beautiful! And what a feast for him. What tree is that? The blossoms are beautiful. It looks like it could be a Mexican fern tree but I didn't know they had blossoms like that.
They seem to be masters of camouflage ... It's usually not until I hear the fluttering in the bushes that I notice their pretty finery. That's a beautiful vibrant piece e of shrubbery.
Now this is a sight that would warm the cockles of your heart on a wintery day Al, they're so bright and beautiful these little lorikeets, i love it when they fly into my garden to feed,
Stunning tree Al, looks like a member of the MImosa family perhaps which I have seen with fluffy filament type flowers but not with bunches of fruit. Wow.I didn't notice the bird until after I double clicked the picture and I thought my eyes were pretty sharp. Nicely done.Paul
Lots of color here. We don't have birds like this in my neck of the woods.
Sometimes unseen, rarely unheard !!!:-)Iconic Australia to me.
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