Lately it’s been quite a relief when the sun goes down, a week of temps over 40 (celcius) has everyone going a little stir crazy.
This old beam from a long ago jetty provides a place for preening cormorants.
Plenty of straight lines inside this historical woolshed circa 1923, located within the grounds of the Werribee outdoor zoo.
One happy hippo cools herself by taking a dip.
I love the textured look of the trunk of this old peppercorn/pepper tree that watches over one of my favourite parking spots in town. Even though they are considered as weeds in this country they can be found just about everywhere.
This is the look I was given when I innocently asked if she did ‘requests’, how was I to know that she only knew ‘Metallica’ songs with a bottletop backbeat……?
Tucker’s waterhole in shadow, a shady spot to sit and and be mellow, if you’re quiet enough you will hear a cow bellow, or spy on a honeyeater that’s black and yellow.
This is a Dancing Brolga that I spied on a recent walk through the open plains zoo, my hope is that their numbers will increase and it will be possible to see them once more dance in the wild.