Saturday, April 18, 2015

When a writer hands in a manuscript....

They need a break.
Really, they do.
The book is far from finished. There are still revisions and edits, polish and condensing, expanding and inserting cutting to be done. But for a moment, there is a need to do something else.

Birding, for instance. 
So this is what I've been up to,
 around my area:
At Black Lake (above) and Creery Wetlands (below)
Above:  Four species, one photograph -- Great Egret, Australasian Ibis, Yellow-billed Spoonbill and Grey Teal.
Lake Goegrup at dusk
Pelicans on Lake Goegrup
Little Pied Cormorant
A Magpie goes birding
Osprey and Silver Gull
Must try this
Quenda (Bandicoot) at dusk

A Wecome Swallow from above

                  And a Welcome Swallow looks up:
Dusk at Erskine Lake


Jo said...

Great osprey pictures. Best I have ever done is see them fly over. Didn't know the swallow was so colourful. the other water birds we used to see a lot of in NC.

Congrats on finishing the book Let me know when you want my help.

Glenda Larke said...

Still working on it, Jo. Maybe another month?

Satima Flavell said...

Gorgeous pics, Glenda! What luck that four-in-one shot was!