Pleasant Winter Day on Botany Bay

  It was quite cloudy but remarkedly mild, and very pleasant on Botany Bay - down in Monterey

Chestnut Teals Crusing along Lime Kiln Bay

 Two Chestnut Teal Female Ducks - cruising along Lime Kiln Bay, in Oatley Bay

Farm Scenes near Peats Ridge

 

Riding north past some decent farmland - on a decent sunny day near Peats Ridge

 

Saying Hello to Jackie in Mount White

 

Stopping for coffee at The Old Road Cafe in Mount White - can't forget to say hello to Jackie

Coffee Break at Mount White

  A bit nippy for an early bike ride upto the Central Coast - but the glorious sunshine, and a couple of coffee breaks along the way made it well worthwhile

Willy Wagtail by the River

  A Willy Wagtail, jumping all over the place -alongside the river in Scarborough Park reserve

Little Corellas seeing Eye to Eye

 

Two Little Corellas at Sandringham Beach - not always seeing eye to eye

 

Decent Winter Morning on Botany Bay

 

Now that's more like it - a cold but decent looking morning over Botany Bay, down at Brighton-Les-Sands

Ducks Swimming in the Backyard

 

Some of the local ducks, swimming in the backyard "swimming pool" - after some heavy rain in Sans Souci

Soggy Backyard in Sans Souci

  It was a wee bit soggy in the backyard this morning, after the overnight drenching in Sans Souci - not that the locals were complaining or anything

Cute Mutt in Gunnamatta Park

 

 

Here's a cute looking mutt in Gunnamatta Park, Cronulla - chomping on an oversize stick

 

Shy Young Lady Cow in Curramore

 

Now here's a shy young lady, with lovely eyebrows and punkish style earstuds - peering out from behind a tree, on a dairy farm near Curramore

 

Sharp Looking Pied Currawong

 

A very sharp looking Pied Currawong - spotted in the undergrowth in Oatley Park

 

Fence Sitting Cockatoo

 

A bored looking, fence-sitting Sulfur-crested Cockatoo in Alawah - clearly looking to get up to some mischef with the gang

 

From a Lookout in Bangor

  Some pretty decent views from a lookout in Bangor, along the Yates Point trail - and overlooking the Woronora River

Mum and Son near Towrang

  Mum and son posing - it's looking rather dry on the cattle farm, near Towrang

A Colourfull Floral Setting

             

Here's a colourful, floral setting to brighten a wintry morning

            

 

 

            

Sharp Looking Seagull in Kogarah Bay

 

Here's a sharp looking Seagull down at Kogarah Bay - with a seemingly fixed gaze upon something or other

Pair of Masked Lapwings on Sandringham Beach

 

A pair of Masked Lapwings (plovers) - looking for food at low tide, on Sandringham Beach

Fine Looking Lady Milkers

 

A couple of fine looking lady milkers in Curramore - comparing notes

 

A Local Mutt in Karuah

 

One of the local mutts - going for his morning walk, in Karuah

 

White-face Heron in Karuah

               

A White-faced Heron - spotted on the riverbank near Karuah

            

 

            

Country Backstreets in Otford

  Taking a wander along some bushy backstreets in Otford - after a morning hike through the Royal National Park

Galahs at Connells Point

 

Here's a Galah down at Connells Point - getting excited as the morning sun warms the park

A Raven in Beverley Park

 

An Australian Raven in Beverley Park - spreading his cape (er. wings) for a soft landing

Garrawarra Ridge Trail

  Back in the Royal National Park on a very chilly morning - hiking upto Werrong Lookout from Otford, along the Garrawarra Ridge trail

Pelican going for a Stroll

 

Now here's a very happy looking Pelican birdie, going for a peaceful stroll by himself, down by the Woronora River - although he suspects he may be followed, by some gullible fans

A Grumpy Baker in Coogee

 

Stopping by the Grumpy Baker Cafe in South Coogee - he may be a bit surly on a bad morning, but the food is great and the coffee (and views) are real decent

Chestnut Teals on the Woronora River

A pair of Chestnut Teal ducks - cruising along the Woronora River, in Burnum Burnum Sanctuary

Riverside Walks in Woronora

 

Another very pleasant day in May - for a walk along the Woronora River, in the Village and Burnum Burnum Sanctuary

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