Whitefaced Heron in Oatley Park


A White-faced Heron - crossing the bush track in Oatley Park

Hiking around Oatley Park


A big turnaround in the weather today, after a few days of rain and drizzle - lucky to enjoy it with a long lunchtime break in Peakhurst, and a decent hike around Oatley Park

A Chubby, Contented Magpie in Cronulla

  Here's a very chubby and contented Magpie in Gunnatmatta Park, Cronulla - celebrating another day with some loud warbling

Cool Winter Morning in Cronulla

  A cool winter morning in Gunnamatta Park, Cronulla - as the rain clouds lifted

Crimson Rosella in Yackandandah



A Crimson Rosella - lurking in tthe mossy undergrowth of a park in Yackandandah

Classy Old Terrace Houses in Petersham


Some colourful and classy looking cottages - in a backstreet of Petersham, Sydney


Well-fed Brush Turkey in a Tree Perch

  A very well-fed Brush Turkey in Lane Cove - looking very comfortable in a tree perch, whilst monitoring the hikers passing by

Cheeky Young Grey Kangaroo


Now here's a cute, and very cheeky young grey kangaroo bushcritter - spotted on a bushbashing ride past Tom Groggins

An Energetic Romp in the Park


A couple of young, close mates enjoying an energetic romp together - around an oval at Rushcutters Bay


Smart Looking Seagull in Rushcutters bay


Here's a smart looking, well focused Seagull in Rushcutters Bay - enjoying an afternoon paddle alongside the yacht marina


Afternoon Views across Sydney Harbour


Late afternoon views across Sydney Harbour - from Rushcutters Bay Park and Darling Point


Handsome Kookaburra in Burnum Burnum Sanctuary

 A handsome looking kookaburra - striking a pose, in Burnum Burnam Sanctuary

The Cottage in Rushcutters Bay Park



The Cottage, in Rushcutters Bay Park -  a charming old heritage building (now a Community Centre)


A Pleasant Afternoon at Rushcutters Bay

  A very pleasant June afternoon at Rushcutters Bay - for a hike around the park and backstreets

Leafy Backstreet in Woolloomooloo


Some decent contemporary street art - spotted down a "leafy" backstreet of Woolloomooloo

Excited Cockatoo in Oatley Park


A very excited Sulfur-crested Cockato in Oatley Park, very happy to find a free dring - all that squawking is firsty work

Colour and Reflection on Oatley Bay



Colour and reflection at its best - portrayed on Oatley Bay


Pelican getting Airbourne in Burnum Burnum Sanctuary

 A Pelican getting airbourne off the Woronora River - at Burnum Burnum Sanctuary

Cute Rainbow Lorikeets in Gunnamatta Park


Two very cute Rainbow Lorikeets - checking the action from their tree house in Gunnamatta Park, Cronulla


Winter Skies over Botany Bay


Colourful winter skies around Botany Bay - above the trees and houses of Monterey

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


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