Wet and Aggressive Corella challenges Magpie

Wet and Aggressive Corella challenges Magpie

Sunday, 3 September 2017

Sunday Selections #343

Sunday Selections was originally brought to us by Kim, of Frogpondsrock, as an ongoing meme where participants could post previously unused photos languishing in their files.
 
The meme is now continued by River at Drifting through life.  The rules are so simple as to be almost non-existent.  Post some photos under the title Sunday Selections and link back to River.  Clicking on any of the photos will make them embiggen.

Like River I usually run with a theme.  This week?  More from home.  The calendar now says it is Spring.  The temperatures don't always agree.  She is nearly here, but not quite.  And her colour palette is at the moment mostly limited to greens, whites and yellows.  There are hints of other colours starting though.


Starting with some chilly photos.



It was early when I snapped this and the cockatoo still had his doona pulled up to his nose.

We are still getting frosts.




The days are mostly bright and clear though.


 






Our cootamundra wattle comes out a bit more each day.






Jazz tells me he has been neglected so I will finish with a photo of the chair hogging despot.
It is himself's chair and arm he is claiming.


He is also a bed hog.  And really an anything he fancies hog.  And is much loved.

And just one more.  An upside down King Parrot which made me, and I hope you, smile.

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  1. New word for me: doona. He is quite dashing, the cockatoo

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    1. Sue in Italia/In the Land of Cancer: A doona is a duvet, preferably feather or down. Nice to snuggle into.

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  2. It did make me smile!😀
    Home is always a good theme.
    Have a good week,

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    1. Caterina: I am glad to hear you also smiled. Very glad.

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  3. Hard to pick a fave, but Jazz tipped the balance.He's so wonderfully shiny!

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    1. dinahmow: Jazz says he is the favourite of all right thinking people. And that he would be even shinier if he wasn't treated so badly. Jazz is often a stranger to the truth.

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    1. John Gray: Most definitely frost. We have had it for months, and it will probably continue for much of this month at least.

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    2. We didn't get one single frost here, maybe in southern suburbs, but not where I am.

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    3. River: We are still getting at least four and often more each week.

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  5. I would think I had died and gone to heaven with those birds around.

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    1. donna baker: We love them too. Despite their destructive incontinent ways.

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  6. I wouldn't mind some frost right now. Love the doona'd birdie. And the flowers are their usual dazzling selves.

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    1. Nilanjana Bose: I really liked that rugged up cockatoo as well. I hope you find some relief from the heat - and the rain.

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  7. Love the Cockatoo, my fave. And the pretty flowers EC.

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    1. Bob Bushell: I love the cockatoos as well. And we have several of them visiting as I type.

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  8. That Jazz looks like a beautiful little panther overseeing his domain. And Mr. Cockatoo gives the appearance of having a scarf wrapped around his face to keep warm.
    Hope your weekend is as glorious as these photos.

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    1. Sandra Cox: Jazz says less of the little panther please. He believes himself to be a sabre-toothed tiger (and behaves accordingly).

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    2. Sandra Cox: Grin and bleed. Bleed and grin. To the accompaniment of purrs.

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  9. Spring has sprung...I wish winter would last a bit longer. Our winter was mild.

    I love the cockatoo...a great pose by him! lol

    My two are like Jazz...they, too, are bed-hoggers. I'm allowed a small portion of it, and received dirty looks if I dare move and disturb them!

    Have a great week, EC...and cuddles to the Bed-Hogger! :)

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    1. Lee: Spring isn't quite here yet, but very close. I hear you on the dirty looks at those who dare to encroach on the cat's rightful piece of bed. Their BIG rightful piece of bed.

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  10. I've seen cockatoos fluffed up, but never to that extent. Is it a bad thing that my city is now so warm, we never have frosts anymore. I am sure you will agree with the official statistics that we have just had our warmest winter ever. Just not in my city and maybe not yours. Jazz is looking very superior and entitled.

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    1. Andrew: We often see them fluffed up, but rarely to that extent. We had a patchy winter. Some of it was quite chilly but on balance it was a warm one. I hope that the seasons to come down get any ideas.

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  11. Lovely shots!

    Thanks for your comment on my post. I agree, reading the book is the important part!

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    1. Sandi: Thank you. Sadly I am pretty certain that neither Putin nor your President do read (or follow) the books in question. Despite anything they may say.

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  12. the cockatoo is so regal and love all the flowers, nature is so wonderful

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    1. Linda Starr: Thank you. Nature gives me endless joy. And wonder.

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  13. Dear EC
    Jazz looks very comfy - cats always know the best spots to be, don't they? The frost makes everything look beautiful, even if the downside is the cold. Lovely flowers and bird photos - nature is a constant joy.
    Best wishes
    Ellie

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    1. Ellie Foster: Jazz was comfortable. My partner less so. I like the cold weather and am a tad sorry to see it leaving, but am loving the bursting out of spring.

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  14. Thank you for the tour; I thoroughly enjoyed it!!

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    1. fishducky: I am glad. Next week I will be away from home again.

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  15. Thank you for these lovely gifts. Jazz looks so majestic. Lucky you.

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    1. Martin Kloess: Jazz's character isn't majestic. He is a tyrant and a despot and has some psychopathic tendencies. He is beautiful though.

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  16. The Cockatoo must be fluffed up because of the chill... I love to watch them. Lovely flowers.

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    1. Bill: The cockatoo was definitely fluffed up because of the temperature. It was just above zero and there was a wickedly cold wind.

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  17. You have spring frost and soon we will have our first autumn frost. You have beautiful blooms already, EC.

    Jazz is a beauty! And so are the birds!

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    1. Marie Smith: I suspect your frosts (whatever the time of year) are more definitive than ours. Jazz and the birds are often a joy, though I am resenting the magpie which beheads the daffodils and jonquils.

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  18. Jazz is a dear, and the parrot DID make me smile :)
    I love your showing us your special place

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    1. Cloudia: Jazz agrees with you, and I am glad to hear that you smiled at the king parrot as well.

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  19. Lovely signs of spring. Yep, frost can still happen for a while, even with the pretty flowers. Chilly cockatoo and silly parrot - nice pictures. Our black cat isn't nearly as shiny as your Jazz, but she's an outdoor cat. (Not sure where she sleeps.) I'd love if she and her new mate were as pretty as your fur baby.

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    1. Sharon Quails: Jazz spends a little time outside in the morning but is definitely inside at night. We will continue to get frosts for a while - which is fine. I prefer cool weather.

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  20. Hi human, Sue,

    That's one interesting looking cockatoo. It looks like it's eating whipped cream!

    Very nice photos. Hi Jazz!

    Oh, that's a parrot? I thought it was a wayward apple.

    Thank you for your pawst, my nice human friend.

    Pawsitive wishes,

    Penny 🐶

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    1. Penny the Jack Russell dog and modest internet superstar!: Jazz thanks you - from the safety of the wardrobe. He doesn't do people well. Our apples are often wayward here - and we love it.
      Give our household's best regards to Gary please and I hope both of you have a pawsitive week. And life.

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  21. lovely array of photos. Hope you've had a great weekend

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    1. Author R. Mac Wheeler: The weekend has been a bit like the parson's egg - good in patches. Those patches were very good though. I hope your weekend is treating you kindly.

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  22. If I hadn't seen pictures of frost in Australia I would not believe it. I thought it was always cursed hot there. Actually, speaking of not believing things that happen in Australia, I am still not convinced that your toilets flush in a different direction than our.

    Jazz is looking like he is wanting you to know that he is being very tolerant of his seat being used.

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    1. Birdie: Quite a lot of Oz IS always cursed hot. We, fortunately are not.
      You are so right. Jazz was being tolerant. And long suffering. He is good at that.

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  23. Ha - I wondered if someone would ask what a doona is! He does look a bit chilly, poor fellow. Jazz, on the other hand (or paw) looks supremely comfortable, and totally in control.
    There is a series on the Silk Road starting on one of our Sky channels tonight, so I am recording it. I shall be utterly green with envy if the SP goes travelling that way...
    I hope you have a good week, EC.

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    1. Alexia: I hope that green is your colour. It seems that he will be heading off that way later in the year (and my eyes have changed colour too).
      Jazz IS supremely comfortable. Of course. And enacts a painful price when he isn't.

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  24. Lovely flowers, and of course Jazz is the cutest! Have a beautiful Sunday!

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    1. Terri @ Coloring Outside the Lines: Jazz knows that, but I will tell him when he re-emerges from the wardrobe.

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  25. Adorable! I love that cockatoo picture. I never heard of that strange bit of warming fluff they have. And your pictures all make me smile, EC. The last one, too. Thank you! :-)

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    1. DJan: I really don't know what that bit of fluff is called - but they call it up on cold or windy days. It is cute and looks so soft.

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  26. Gorgeous photos :) I love your daffodils and wish ours would start blooming. All I've seen so far is a few jonquils. Jazz looks very cosy snuggled up to his favourite arm. I'm hoping that Lola will eventually snuggle.

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    1. River: There are more daffodils coming out each day. None of the doubles or split coronas yet. Jazz is very cosy, and I would like it if he would snuggle with me.

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  27. I always enjoy seeing the despot. ;) And he's right, he should be front and center.
    The cockatoo looks like he's wearing a beard.
    Fall doesn't start here until Sep 22, by the calendar. It's still sweltering, too.

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    1. River Fairchild: Out of laziness(?) we start our seasons on the first of the month rather than at the solstices/equinox.
      Please don't encourage Jazz. He already rules the house with a spiked paw hidden (sometimes) under velvet.

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    2. Talk to the claw... I mean, the paw... ;)

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    3. River Fairchild: LISTEN to the claw. Talk when invited.

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  28. Hi EC - love the photos ... I hadn't heard of a doona before - but see its 'equivalent' word is 'duvet' -now that makes sense. It's cooled off here a bit - but frost I'd rather not have - though know it's good for plants and nature. Love the daffs, the anemones, wattle etc - my aunt and uncle were very fond of wattle and always had a godchild send them some each year ...

    Jazz looks so comfortable and reminds me of one of ours growing up - actually thinking about it her son who was black and white - special animals though ... so can quite see why he's favoured and much loved! Love your conversation with River re Jazz ... they do rule the roost ...

    Cheers and have a good week with still some cool remaining ... take care - Hilary

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    1. Hilary Melton-Butcher: In my naive and insular way it hadn't occurred to me that doona would be a new term to many. I like frost, but am aware that many don't.
      I love the idea of a god child sending wattle...
      I hope your week is wonderful and that the frosty days don't settle too soon.

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  29. Jazz and these pretty Australian birds are always welcome. Love the flowers always. I wouldn't mind having that sun decoration hanging up around here. Happy Spring EC :)

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    1. Denise inVA: Thank you. The sun hangs on our back deck and I watch it while I am washing up...

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  30. I had a prostrate cootamundra wattle that refused to flower, i had imagined this cascading gold plant and i t was always just grey, an attractive grey but not gold!

    looks lovely, as always

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    1. kylie: I would have been v frustrated with your prostrate wattle. Sometime I am going to get the red one - and it had better flower.

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  31. It is supposed to be spring now. Fingers crossed it might warm up - and it did do that here today, 27C! I took off my beanie for the first time in months and opened up the house to let the warm in. ;)

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    1. 27C!!! We haven't had a temperature in the twenties for months. And indeed for the next few days will struggle to reach double digits. I hope you get some warmth - and that it stays away from me.

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  32. I love the photos of the birds. The only time we see birds like that are when visiting the zoo.

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    1. Rick Watson: We are so lucky with our daily visitors. There are at least three different species outside now.

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  33. Your photos always make me smile and appreciate the beauty of life. Love the photos of Jazz. We celebrating the end of summer here with the Labor Day holiday tomorrow and next week is the beginning of autumn.

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    1. Mason Canyon: We live in a beautiful world don't we? Enjoy your Labor Day holiday - and autumn.

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  34. It's Sunday again!
    These weeks go by so quickly ...

    What a great selection of photographs. I just love your frosty shots and to see Spring flowers is wonderful.
    We are heading into Autumn, the colours of leaves will be changing so soon ... the days go to weeks, then months and the seasons keep changing.
    I love it, the pattern of life.

    Yes, your upside down King Parrot shot did make me smile.

    Enjoy your day and the week ahead.

    All the best Jan

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    1. Lowcarb team member ~Jan: Thank you. There are more spring flowers coming out each day. Sunshine on stalks - which I can pick and bring inside.
      I hope your week is wonderful.

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    1. Grannie Annie: We have several, but I really like that one too.

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  36. One word:

    J A Z Z !!!!!!!

    I just LOVE that black panther! xxxx

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    1. My Inner Chick: Jazz will be getting a swollen head (more swollen). He is beautiful and we love him too. I wish that he didn't need to express his dominance over me quite so often though.

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  37. Jazz looks very comfy and warm. No cats for me any more, for one thing I'd probably outlive new kitten, and my lovely DIL would never visit me due to a severe allergy. Or i could get one of those bald cats.... er, no, I don't think so. Too cold here in canada.

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    1. Shammickite: The hairless cats don't float my boat. At all. I am however starting to consider acquiring another cat. I am still missing Jewel badly. Not to replace her, but to provide company for Jazz. And me.

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  38. I liked the cat hogger of chairs and beds. I like the arrogance of them when they put a paw on the person or thing they claim as their own. . . to them we are just the working staff. . .wonderful images, EC.

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    1. D.G.Hudson: Staff get wages. In this house at least we are the cat's willing slaves.

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  39. wow the white bird is amazing..

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    1. Gosia k: We love our cockatoos, and often have five or more visiting at once.

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  40. Love the photo of cockatoo! I never saw one in person.
    What a beautiful flowers!
    Your cat is adorable!

    Wishing you and yours a lovely week ahead.
    Lots of hugs,
    Sonia.

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    1. sonia a. mascaro: Thank you so much. We love the birds, the garden - and of course Jazz. I hope your week is wonderful. (Still envy your orchids.)

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  41. It seems incredible to me that the frost doesn't kill your blooming plants. They must be fairly hardy. The 13th photo of the white flowers with blue centers - oh my ... how beautiful ...

    I loved your description of the cockatoo with a doona pulled up to his nose :) And the pictures of Jazz "sharing" "his" chair ... He's a handsome boy and he knows it :)

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    1. jenny_o: Jazz doesn't share well. It is not uncommon for him to wedge his feet into the corner of the chair and push - ensuring more space for him.
      We do lose some things to frost, but surprisingly few. The white flower with the blue centres is a cape daisy - hardy and lovely. However, its twisted petal version DID succumb to the frost. Sigh. I will get another. Later.

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  42. The birds and the cat are so entertaining and the Spring flowers absolutely lovely!

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    1. Kalpanaa M: Thank you. You will see a LOT more spring flowers here in the weeks to come.

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  43. I really love the photo of the cockatoo and was intrigued by the word doona – according to Google it’s a quilted eiderdown or duvet. Now of course, it makes perfect sense. On my first visit to Australia, my daughter-in-law advised me to get rugged up as it was going to be a cold evening – it took me ages to work out I was supposed to put on a jumper or a coat. I love the Aussie lingo. I’m reading The silent Kookaburra by Liza Perrat set in Australia in the 70s. I'm loving it so much and yet had I not visited Australia a few times I would certainly be struggling to understand parts of it.
    It’s lovely to see the spring flowers in your garden; we have a winter to get through before we start to see such delights.

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    1. Barbara Fisher: I hadn't realised that 'rugged up' was one of 'our' phrases. I also hadn't heard of the Silent Kookaburra. I will have to track it down - thank you.
      Believe me, you will probably get tired of the spring flowers before I stop posting them.

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  44. Love Mr. Upside Down Parrot:)
    Do I see a warning bell on Jazz's color? Kudos:) I need to see if I could convince Monster Kitty to wear one.....Hmmm....

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    1. Sandra Cox: You see correctly. Jazz has a BIG bell. And the birds and I find it useful.

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    2. Ha.
      Glad you were able to interrupt my typo as collar;)

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    3. Sandra Cox: I suffer from dyslexic fingers myself.

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  45. Your chair hog is a little beauty. :)

    The Cockatoo has a built in scarf. He's a beauty too. ;)

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    1. mail4rosey: The chairhog has been preening at all the (well deserved he says) compliments he has received. And yes, he and the cockatoo are indeed beautiful.

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  46. Ec you sure know how to get a girl to smile first thing on a Monday morn'. What a fabulous closeup of that cool cockatoo. I'm a serious fan of cats, think your black cat is quite regal and gorgeous. Happy Monday to you! Hugs...RO

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    1. RO: Thank you. I am a serious cat and bird fan too. And always have been. Happy Labor Day to you and yours.

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  47. I often think about Sunday Scribblings and Friday....(what was that). I think I will join your meme next week. I have continues to blog but in a different genre. It has been over 10 years now! I did not dream that I would love to do this for so long.

    We are sweltering here in the Pacific Northwest (USA). It will be 104 f. We don't even know what to do with the heat. Your beautiful spring is very appealing right now!

    Be well.

    b+

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    1. Barbara Torris: 104? Shudder. I hope you get some welcome cool relief soon. And do hope you will join us next week. The more the merrier.

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  48. Lovely spring blooms! Love that cockatoo. Jazz is looking gorgeous these days!

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    1. Karen: Jazz thanks you. And yes, he and the cockatoo (and the King Parrot) are all very, very beautiful.

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  49. That first bird looks like whipped cream! Luscious. As to your chair-hogging despot, he's welcome to hog one of my chairs any day. What a black beauty.

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    1. cleemckenzie: The black despot's favourite chair is the one you want. And he is v quick at moving in too.

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  50. Yes, I smiled - at the last photo.
    Thank you for making me smile.
    Take care.

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    1. Rawknrobyn: I am always happy to make you smile. Hugs.

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  51. Your flowers are going strong, spring or not. Jazz likes his home comforts, looks like. I like that cockatoo, gloriously white and beautiful.

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    1. Strayer: Jazz does like his comforts. And your comforts. And my comforts.
      The cockatoo is lovely though.

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  52. Lovely shots of the frost! And that cocky does look chilly!

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  53. Those daffodils are very subtle in the 2nd frost picture and add a lovely pop of color.
    Hope your day sparkles:)

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    1. Sandra Cox: I am amazed they survive being frosted so well. Bright and beautiful here today - albeit breezy.

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  54. Is that a wind chime in the shape of the sun? It looks adorable! I'd love to get one for my mother, if you know how an American might get one.

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    1. John Wiswell: It is a wind spinner rather than a chime. We have had it for years now. I 'think' it came from nearby markets. If I see another would you like me to buy it and send it to you?

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    2. That's very kind of you, but I imagine shipping from Australia to the U.S. would be quite expensive! I'll search around U.S. markets for a bit, though if I get desperate, I'll poke you!

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    3. John Wiswell: Feel free to poke.

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  55. I have always loved your flower shots. Thank you, EC. As things wither and die one place, they bloom and grow somewhere else. And your cat! Hahah!<3
    x

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    1. Austan: It is nice to be able to travel from the comfort of our own homes isn't it? I often turn to blogs from your side of the world when I am a sad, soggy and grumpy mess in our summer.

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  56. I couldn't leave a comment on today's post so I've left it here instead. But I plan to give it a go this week. I'm not really what you'd call a creative writer. I don't even like writing. But if Martina Cole can do it anyone can.

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    1. Treey: Good luck. This week's prompts are CHALLENGING.

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  57. Good morning, EC.
    Is the white flower with a purple center an anemone?

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    1. Sandra Cox: That white flower (which I love) is a cape daisy. I have yellow and purple versions of it as well.

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    2. So pretty.
      Wishing you a pleasant walk through your garden and much entertainment bird watching:)
      Capricorns: Me, you and Batman. Grin.

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    3. Sandra Cox: I am having a bit of a hate at the cockies at the moment. One has taken to garden destruction. In a big way. Shortly, armed with a water pistol I will go out and shoot it.

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  58. Lovely photos... but I'm sorry you have still cold spring. Everywhere the weather has been very strange. We have autumn now, a little bit cold but sunny, not yet frost... fortunately.

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    1. orvokki: Our winter was milder than usual (mostly) and spring is often chilly. I am happy for it to linger here a long time. I really, really don't like summer. That said, I have a 5am appointment on Sunday and I expect it will be brisk.

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  59. A DOONA! I never heard of that before, but I love it. It's like the cockatoo has a built-in muffler. I don't know why, but that makes me smile. (I'm an easy mark...)

    Great pics, as always. Our weather is cooling down this week... enough to open the windows a bit at nighttime.

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    1. Susan: Smiles never, ever go astray. Glad to hear you are finally getting some coolth.

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  60. Always love your pics. Good to see Jazz again! Happy September :)

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    1. Carol Kilgore: Thank you and a very happy September to you too.

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  61. I love the white daisy with purple center! It amazes me when I see your birds. If I want to see a cockatoo or Parrot, I have to go to the pet store.
    The weather is turning cool here and Autumn is in the air. We see more frost in the Spring than Fall.
    Lisa

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    1. Lisa: We can see frost in three seasons, and often do. And, if it comes to that, some years back we lost a tomato crop to a freak snowfall in December (our summer).

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  62. Hello, such a proud and beautiful cockatoo, and of course sweet kitty, and once again the beauty around you is so wonderful to see! You are moving into the highlight of my seasons while yes autumn is trying to bust in here, but that is life in Minnesota. All a girl can do is hope it won't be brutal! Your winters are so much better, you are so lucky.

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    1. Karen S.: Our winters are mild on a global standard. I wish the same was true of our summer. I hope your autumn (and the winter to come) are gentle.

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  63. Loved seeing the cockatoo with his doona pulled up!

    Fall has started here. Starting to get cooler. Summer ended a little abruptly, so I hope it shows up again for a little while. I love fall- but I am not quite ready for winter. :)
    ~Jess

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    1. DMS ~Jess: I hope your winter, when it arrives, is gentle.

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    2. Thank you. Me, too! I like one or two snowfalls. But then I am usually done. :) ~Jess

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    3. DMS ~Jess: I feel much the same way about summer.

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  64. Hope your weekend is as lovely as your garden.

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    1. Sandra Cox: Thank you. Busy but good. I hope yours is wonderful.

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  65. How did I miss so many posts? Life has gotten in the way. So glad I got this Sunday morning treat of your beautiful world. And there is nothing like a good kitty snuggle!

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