These lovely, sweet-tempered dogs belong to friends (hereinafter referred to as R&F to protect their privacy).
This is a two-year-old Red Clover (Trifolium pratense), grown from seeds (and Rhizobia inoculum) supplied by Green Harvest Organic Gardening Supplies.
It’s a pretty plant but not altogether suited to the purpose for which I acquired it: providing the rabbits with food all year round. Red clover is a biennial and its growth slows down to a crawl during winter. Of course, the plant is absolutely flourishing now that it’s Spring.
I happened to have the camera in my hands, ready for action, when I saw this Noisy Miner (Manorina melanocephala) with its face in my apple tree. It flew away as soon as it noticed my presence.
This is the current status of my World Community Grid effort.
I took this series of photos of Eulamprus quoyii (Eastern Water Skink) late this morning. This animal is about three-quarters the size of the one featured in a previous post, has never dropped its tail and has all its limbs intact.
The orangey colour of the concrete is a legacy of the recent dust storms.