Sometimes life seems to get in the way. Often after a ‘field expedition’ I have great intentions of writing up where I’ve been, what I saw, why it seems important or more usually otherwise, but getting around to doing so often goes onto the back-burner. This entry is an attempt to render that situation – at least a little.
In no particular order …
Above - Button Grass catching some early morning light in Bunyip State Park.
Below - De vogelwachter getting aquainted with an Aussie icon at Mt Worth State Park.
Above - Gum Leaf Katydid at home, (Drouin). The red eye removal tool didn't help!
Below - Scarlet Robin McGlone Rd Drouin, a day after a local said he hadn't seen a Scarlet Robin in town for years.
Above - Heliotrope Moth in the grass at the Langwarrin Flora and Fauna reserve.
Below - Tent Weaving Spider wrapping some prey in a silk coffin, (hard to see in this shot).
Finally, below - A female Superb Fairy-wren eyeing me from her favourite Swordgrass bush.