Working in the early morning mists

Last Sunday, the weather people, correctly, predicted foggy morning. That was enough to send us to the Office.

Not only did we get some grand misty moody shots, but caught up with Kitty and Kalav – the Brave.
Kitty now has settled on the nest and he is still bringing food on demand.

The Brown Falcon came and gave us quite a lovely half hour or so sitting and preening waiting for the sun to break through.
And some fine little Superb Fairy-wrens stopped by to entertain us.
Art Morris has been writing a bit of late on High Key portraits, and the mist gave both an ideal light and an excellent backdrop to play the little birds against.

Enjoy

To wing. Brown Falcon on a mission
To wing. Brown Falcon on a mission
A party mouse, bringing its own streamer decorations to the event
A party mouse, bringing its own streamer decorations to the event
The dramatic pose as the sun broke through
The dramatic pose as the sun broke through
High Key Wren
High Key Wren
Game of hide and seek
Game of hide and seek
More high key.
More high key.
Whistling Kite, waiting for the fog to lift
Whistling Kite, waiting for the fog to lift
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2 thoughts on “Working in the early morning mists

  1. G’day David, isn’t it good when the weatherman’s forecast is for real?
    Great photos of your friends from the Office.
    I can’t wait for the weekend with the kind of weather they predict. Early mornings should bring what we love.
    (No comments on the Grand Finale;-)
    Wishing you the best,
    Adam

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  2. Hi Adam,
    Thanks for that, as the hot weather comes on, the problem of heat haze raises itself again. Win one lose one. šŸ™‚
    But the opportunity of some good sunshine to brighten things up is a real bonus after the past few weeks.
    Good luck with your journey.
    David

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