21 A Birds’ Eye View

I’m joining Becky in her July Square Photo Challenge over at The Life of B.  The rules of the challenge are simple: most photos must be square and fit the theme word tree. Look for #treesquare. Come with me on a Central Queensland road trip starring trees and the beautiful landscapes of my home state.

Lake Maraboon, Emerald

The sweet blossoms of a gum tree provide a tasty feast for a pair of rainbow lorikeets.

They’re so engrossed in feeding our presence doesn’t bother them.

From their perch high up in the tree, they have a great view of Lake Maraboon and Fairbairn Dam.

19 thoughts on “21 A Birds’ Eye View

  1. With the shadow of the tree on the ground it does look like you climbed up it to get that shot with the road – I thought maybe it had been taken by a drone but maybe you were up a hill? I love those birds, they are very pretty – we don’t have any native birds as colourful as those.

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  2. Everyone loves your birds. They are beautiful, but I love the first picture with the tree in the foreground and the calm water and brilliant blue sky. I have no desire to climb the tree and bother the birds.

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