Australia · clouds · floods · in my garden · Mount Warning · native Australian birds · subtropical weather · summer · Tweed Valley

Every picture tells a story.

There was no sign of Mount Warning today, not even a tiny glimpse.

 

One lonely Butcher Bird sat in the shelter of the back veranda for ages, while the rain pelted down for most of the day.

 

Even though I told this kookaburra that there was plenty of room on the veranda to share with the Butcher Bird, he insisted the top of the clothes line suited him just fine!

12 thoughts on “Every picture tells a story.

        1. It is normal, and somehow the cane fields seem to survive, even though some have been submerged for days! Most have been harvested now, so I’m guessing there is less plant to damage.

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