Parrotts all around is one of the things i miss about Australia.Inspired by your altered digiart - off to play
Your birds are amazingly beautiful! I can't imagine having such gorgeous creatures in my back yard here in Maryland, USA. Love your rainbow forest too!
Helena... Yes, we are very lucky to have such an abundance of wild birds visit our suburbs. Keep on practising that Photoshop!! The more you do the more you learn.Sherry... Thank you, I love my birds.
Funny how your post just prompted a lesson in South African birds! I was showing my partner what birds visit your garden and he began telling me about SA birds (he grew up there!).Makes ours here in the UK look a little dull...
I'd love to have those guys in my garden!!! Your rainbow forest is beautiful - wonderful colors!
Fabulous post..such power in all those shimmering colors..gorgeous birds too..wonderful art..Victoria
Kat... Amazing how a pebble thrown in the pond makes all those ripples.Carola... Thanks so much. Perhaps I should do a post on ALL the birds in the garden?Kiki... Thank you. I just LOVE colour.
Oh your colors are glorious- both in your beautiful parrots and in your art- wonderful!
Thank you Stephanie, and welcome to my blog.
So that's what melaleucas look like! Well, maybe? I love the lorikeets! Austalia is such a colorful place!
Welcome to you also Judy. We really are lucky in the land of Oz.
What a gorgeous feast of colour, just perfect for the rainbow challenge!
Thanks Angie... I never tire of the birds in my garden.
So amazing to be able to see these brilliant birds every day. Just beautiful! And I love your Rainbow Forest...it sparkles!
Thanks Maggie... perhaps this is the forest where your fairy lives.
WOW! These are absolutely stunning! Kristin xo
Oh but you are lucky to have these beauties in your garden! I love the birds Down Under~~beautiful coloring, fun behavior....LUCKY! LUCKY! :-)XXOO~~Anen
Kristin and Anne, thanks for visiting and commenting. They certainly are fabulous birds and I never tire of them.