Tuesday, August 2, 2011

Tuesday Treasures

Some of the greatest treasures are those that nature provides

Evening Winter Sunsets......


Signs of Spring......

Superb Fairy Wren's in my fernery....


Mr Wren at the mirror squabbling with his reflection/rival
and Ms Wren is quite happy to have two equally handsome men after her
They dance around, flying in and out and have the sweetest trill

Thanks to Melody who hosts Tuesday Treasure - it's always fun

15 comments:

Anonymous said...

how sweet

Michelle Ridgway said...

Beautiful photos Fiona....nothing surpasses "mother nature" in the treasure department. I once had to wait around for a day while my Hubby went to a special motorbike race and was kept amused as I stitched by some little fairy wrens. I love your photo of them it's just gorgeous!

Melody said...

Wonderful photos Fiona. Thanks so much for sharing

Serenata said...

Nature does indeed give us some wonderful treasures. :-)

Tonya said...

I love natural treasures!

Charlie and Wendy said...

Wonderful treasures, the little wren is gorgeous. We have little grey warblers that live in our gully and I love to hear their song.

marina said...

spring is definitely trying to edge it's way in here too.
Love the little wren. So dainty.

Margaret said...

I don't think I have ever been excited to see the garden showing off its winter sleep as I am this August.

Farm Girl said...

Pretty pics .......... i love those sweet birds.

Vintage Cate said...

A beautiful post Fiona. Thanks for sharing it.

Sue said...

Your wrens are so sweet. Ours are very shy and so hard to snap.

Jennifer said...

The little wrens have been twittering around here lately too....they are so sweet!

Stray Stitches said...

Nature is always providing treasures. Thanks for sharing yours :)

Just Ramblin' said...

Thanks for sharing. Love the sunset. Great capture of the little wren. Nola

Marg H said...

You are so right. Need to look around our back yards - there are just so many things happening. I was hanging out washing this morning when I noticed that one of our trees is covered in the most beautiful red flowers. You've inspired me to take the camera out and capture some of them!!

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