Here is a quick update of several of the clutches of Masked Lapwings in our area.
The single one, seems to be the most accessible, so guess you’ll see a few more pictures of it as it matures. I’ve named it Opal, from opalescence, a visual quality of milk. Why milk? Ah, you’ll have to read the back story. 🙂
Also included is a shot of three others in a large water-collection pan, that doubles as a community park.
And a couple from the supermarket pair, but they tend to stay just too far away for short lenses, and there is no-way I’m pondering wandering along with the long tele-hardware anytime soon.
A bright blush of colour, that has opened up all along the streets after the cold wet past few days. Isn’t nature amazing.
From The Global Headquarters of The Doona Hermit