Winter outings

A trip to Melbourne (to watch a very disappointing football match, but also do some sightseeing), a convivial stroll through the Australian National Botanic Gardens on a brilliant sunny Canberra winter day, and lastly some frequent visitors at our bird feeder on the deck.

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Night game at the MCG. Pity about the result! Customs House, now housing the immigration Museum. Sculpture on the South Bank. View across to the city. Lovely! As night falls, view to the west. The National Gallery of Victoria (hmm) on a sunny morning. Sunlight through foliage at the Botanic Gardens in Canberra. Should have read the label! Looks like a calothamnus. Another striking plant. Detail on a fern leaf in the glass house. Raised dots on a fern leaf in the glass house. One of the beautiful eucalypts. Paperbark. Banksia. Woodland. Serrated foliage against the sky. Barb and Pete by the pond near the rockery. Cockatoos and galahs (waiting their turn) at our bird feeder.

Posted on July 22nd, 2009, tagged with events

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