It’s rare that I don’t take a photo (or two) every day.
As far as I’m concerned it really doesn’t matter if it’s a good shot or a not-so-good shot. Its all practice and practice is well worth the effort in Lockdown.
I love the image below. It was made yesterday when the sun cast a brilliant beam of light on my balcony fence rail and despite the ghostly band of white in the bottom half of the frame (which is actually where a louvred window overlaps the pane below), I think its the face and eye which appeals in this shot.
I’d sprinkled a long row of birdseed on the fence rail in the hope of attracting a few more birds to photograph. In general, it’s only the House Sparrows that like to snack on it, but I still get Superb Fairy-wrens flying down to the grey balcony floor tiles and wander around in the hope of something tasty to eat.
I followed one male Superb Fairy-wren around the Japanese Maple branches for a quite a while yesterday, but despite having washed the glass panes of the fence, couldn’t get a clear shot.
It’s still fun and entertaining.
Only 14 new COVID cases in Melbourne in the last 24 hours (and sadly 5 deaths – all in the aged care sector).
We’re well on the way to achieving the goal of 14 straight days of an average of <50 new daily cases in order to drop down a Stage in restrictions on Monday, September 28th.
Only 7 days, 7 hours, 40 minutes and 5 seconds to go – not that I’m counting mind you. 😀