Wildlife on the shores of Hervey Bay Come on everyone, snap out of it! Just some of my favourite photos that I’ve taken in the last year or so. Humpback Whale Look to the left, look to the right You looking at me kid! Look at my lovely fingernails! Let me back in mummy. Look into my eyes. Lorikeet feasting on Malaleuca blossoms Chinese Silkies and Lorikeets Pelican (I had to get in the water for this one) Rainbow Lorikeet Fishy Fish (for Aletha) Close up (for Benedicte) Water Lilly J92CCXUY5J5H Share this:GoogleMoreEmailPrintFacebookTwitterRedditLinkedInLike this:Like Loading... 14 thoughts on “Wildlife on the shores of Hervey Bay” Add yours Well, you’ve certainly cheered me up. The one of the dear little frog on your finger is so adorable I just can’t believe it. You are a great photographer! Reply I’m glad I cheered you up. I’ve cheered myself up in the process. That little frog is on Tessa’s finger (very small frog). Having a good camera helps a lot with photography! Thanks Selma. Reply Aah makes me miss you all even more, the beaches, the wildlife but most importantly family. Hope you are all well. Reply We are well (and very wet from days of rain – the area around the coop smells like the 1974 floods). Thanks for stopping by Carolyn. Reply I remember the ’74 floods well, that smell is definitely unique, hope you all dry out soon 🙂 Reply It was the most disgusting smell, the 74 floods – remember our discussion on olfactory memory (they are the longest). It’s not that bad here – just feel sorry for the chooks. Reply Snap! They are glorious. Reply Thanks Paul. Did you know that Tipota accidentally deleted her blog and won’t be able to get it back? Reply Oh my goodness, such gorgeous photographs! Thank you for sharing these. Glorious! And I can’t help but wonder what the little frog’s name is. 🙂 Reply Thanks TL. A name, I hadn’t thought – what about ‘Freddo’ (in Australia we have lovely chocolate frogs called ‘Freddo Frogs’. Reply Wow, a fishy photo! Thank you for this fishy fish who is very fishy indeed! Reply You’re welcome. I watched a show the other night about people obsessed with Koi (the huge ones) and how they sold for like $60,000 each – couldn’t believe it. Reply You’ve got a photographic gift! And the power to make me smile! The “Look into my Eyes” photo is brilliant! Reply Thank you Bryan. I think that photo is the best one – I’ve had it printed on a tile/trivet (the only one I’ve done that with). It’s a tiny frog! Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here... Please log in using one of these methods to post your comment: Email (required) (Address never made public) Name (required) Website You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Twitter account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Facebook account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Google+ account. ( Log Out / Change ) Cancel Connecting to %s Notify me of new comments via email. Notify me of new posts via email.