I usually run with a theme. This week not so much, I am going with snippets from the last few weeks.
One block in our city has benefited from the generosity of the executives of the Canberra Airport and has recently acquired three new sculptures.
The first was this one.
Then this one.
And now the third one has been added. It is a much more abstract design. Please forgive me but for the moment I have no details about the sculpture's name or its artist.
My next photos are of a sight I saw at home which worries me. Most of you are well aware that I delight in our birds. One morning a corella appeared what I can only describe as a 'cone of shame'.
I have no idea how it became wedged in this piece of discarded plastic and did feel shame at our careless ways. The corella could eat and it could fly but I do hope it managed to remove that cone very quickly. I have not seen it since.
Now to happier wildlife images. We headed down the lake for a kangaroo fix. I have often commented that our roos relax really, really well. I have rarely seen them quite as laid back/lazy as this big boy.
As you can see he was completely unperturbed by nearby people and was too tired to even lift his body to eat. Other nearby roos were fairly 'laxed too.
Not quite a frost - but very close...
In other gardening news in our usual unrestrained fashion both of us ordered copious quantities of spring flowering bulbs. As is also usual we did so without consultation. They have arrived. For the next few weeks we are going to be very busy indeed planting hundreds of bulbs and hoping for a bright and beautiful spring.
I hope your weeks are filled with joy.