A Beach Walk with Birds

After spending the last ten days practically housebound with the flu and asthma, I finally took myself off the couch and out for a walk. Time to get some fresh air into my lungs and stretch my legs and also gather some new material for this dormant blog.

I drove to the carpark along the river and decided to take a left turn so I could walk closer to the beach. After coming to the end of the trail I wandered off through some woods which took me back to the beach and I followed the beach around to the birdlife conservation area. I’m not sure why I’ve never done this before, but I’ll definitely be doing this again.

Trees for Cee’s Black and White Challenge, if you look closely there’s also a bronze sculpture for Marsha’s PPAC and a bench for Xing-Fu

A Pouch of Pelicans
A Bank of Black Swans
The Perth Skyline across the wetlands
Hop, Skip and Jumping for take-off
So near but so far!
FOTD Hottentot Fig

It looks like Spring is truly here and it was wonderful to get out in the sun once again.


  1. Glad you’re feeling better. Ten days is a long dry spell. Your walk looks fabulous. Thanks for sharing your public art as well as all your beautiful birds. πŸ™‚

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  2. Sorry to hear you’ve been ill, but this looks a great walk to give you a lift πŸ™‚ I love the black swans, and the view of the city with the long grass in the foreground!

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