A week or so ago Tas networks trimmed the trees with a very large cherry picker which they parked on the nature strip. The ground there was always a bit spongy and the cherry picker left its mark. Today water started to pool on the surface and so I thought it best that Taswater should be informed, seems a pipe had been fractured…
Watching birds is always an interesting pastime but watching flying gulls and their antics from above adds another dimension!
Seen from the Alexander suspension bridge, there is a phone a wall and a lot of rocks I wonder what he’s planning?
Two very handsome ducks at Tailrace Park waddle out of the water to see if someone holding a camera bag is going to feed them!
Native-grass? Or is it an exotic weed? This little plant sprung into life after the recent flood in the gorge. It looks a little bit like South African weed that is wide spread in W.A. Any ideas anyone?
Two ducks on a rock that they seem to call home. These two have been living in the basin for about three months now and in that time they have moved their over night roosting rocks several times but this one seems like it is their favourite.