PERFECT PERCH FOR A PARAKEET!
i'VE BEEN AWAY TOO LONG, BUT IT HAS BEEN A WEE BIT TROUBLESOME FOR ME RECENTLY, ALL BETTER NOW BUT!
bEST WISHES FROM
Mike you got it in one. i hope to go out into the fire area just out of town hope for more than a few of these. steve
Your favourite dead tree?
Glad to know you are back in business, Mike. Time doth fly when you're away from Pano, that's for sure..
Best wishes to you over in the snowy country,
Steve, I must have a look and see if you've posted your fire area photos yet, but not this evening - bags under the eyes! Best wishes to you,
Norrel, I think this is my second favourite dead tree. Just down the road and around the corner a bit. They are all so majestic, aren't they?
Very best wishes to you,
Sue look at my first page and start at the top of the second to see how it all unfolded. steve
steve111 Thanks mate! Good luck with your trip along the cinder trail, i am expecting some beautiful shots from you, don't let us down mate1
Take good gare out there!
Boy oh Boy!! It is good to have your smiling voice back on here too, you Antipodean gorgous toothy Beauty!!
Hope all is well in the household/yard/shed/blue mountains/GYMPIE!
Take good care, bestest warmy wishes XXX
"Broo-yar!" Sounds like something the American Marines say. :)
I think you've uploaded this picture upside-down, Susan.
Heh. Allow me to stick out a tongue.
very nice landscape photo, Bedri / Turkey
Is that tree dead ?
Hi Mike, I missed replying to your very nice comment! Hope all is still well over there and I do like your happy self portrait in the box here.
AnonymousKiwi I have been watching 'The Pacific' on TV this past few weeks, about the marines and I must admit I haven't heard them say Broo-yar, but yep, I see what you mean!
whoelius, thankyou so much for your as always completely mad input...I am no good at doing faces in reply, although I have closely studied AXOTA's repertoire of expressions, I can't find suitable keys on my computer. Strange...
Bedri, thank you for your message -- good to see you have your very fine portrait on display -- I must attempt to do the same, it's very good to see who has called in.
Phillipe, it is dead, but it's good that it is left standing as any hollows in the branches are valuable habitat for wildlife. I think it is more normal in Europe to immediately cut down any dead tree, but a dead gum can stand for many years without dropping any branches, plus, there's so much room over here, you can just walk around it.:)
Very best wishes to you all and thanks again for calling in
Hi there, Sue. I've been watching 'The Pacific', too. Interesting that it's screening on both sides of the Tasman at the same time! I wonder if the Boo-ya thing developed after WW2. No Americans around to ask...
All the best from Mahdi
MY sympathy to those who are under the trauma of flooding across Queensland and her neighbors, I presume you guys up in the hils are not affected badly, but my best wishes to you all in your hour of need
Peaceful scenery,nice perspective.
This is really a nice image!!! like
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