George Clinton and Parliament-Funkadelic is some seriously weird stuff.
Clearly a product of that part of the 70's that involved copious amount of drugs.
On Friday night, I shot Xavier Rudd.
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So for the last four days, I've been photographing the Caloundra Music Festival. It's a big event, and you're both sad and glad it's over by the end of it.
On Saturday evening, I shot Wolfmother. They're somewhat big in Australia, and I think have made waves overseas as well.
A Green Catbird.
They're named as such, due to their call, which is similar to a cat's yowl, or sometimes a baby's cry.
Primarily a fruit eating bird (they're quite partial to many varieties of Australian figs (which aren't really figs)), they're usually difficult to spot in the tree tops as their green colouring blends in very well.
The Sturt Desert Pea.
This ground covering bush is common in outback and desert areas of Australia. Named after the explorer Charles Sturt, it is an iconic symbol of the desert.
(NB: not actually a pea, and you shouldn't attempt to eat it).
Spring has definitely returned, as has our resident Forest Kingfishers. Here is one of them happily perched on the perching stick I erected in the back yard (right outside our back door).
From here, birds can survey the backyard looking for prey (in this guys case, grubs, beetles, slow-moving flies or bees, the odd worm).