Brachyscome Multifida

I love this one! It is a Brachyscome Multifida, common names include cut-leaved daisy, rocky daisy, and Hawkesbury daisy (Wikipedia). This photo was also taken in the National Botanic Gardens in Canberra.508 Brachyscome Multifidia

Philotheca Myoporoides

This Philotheca Myoporoides, commonly known as the Long-leaf Wax Flower, was taken at the Australian National Botanic Gardens in Canberra, Australia492 web Philotheca Myoporoides

Australian Magpie

I took this photo of an Australian Magpie in a tree on Mt Ainslie, Canberra, ACT, Australia.396 web


This is a photograph of a Chamelaucium, also known as “Waxflower” taken from the Australian National Botanic Gardens in Canberra505 web Chamelaucium

Black Beauty

While enjoying the view of Canberra from Mt Ainslie, I was distracted by this crow. It was quite tame and allowed me to come quite close to photograph it.392 web

Captain Cook Memorial

Captain Cook Memorial on Regatta Point, Canberra.
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Captain Cook Memorial Jet

This special feature on Lake Burley Griffin in Canberra was one of my favourite things to photograph partly because of the sheer size and but also the rainbow that was visible. I did a bit of research and found out that there is a 50 meter intake tunnel underground.  There are two pumps and each is able to pump water at 250 litres per second! Impressive! It is capable of squirting the water 147 meters into the air!118 Web

Across the Lake

Recently, Our family went on a holiday for three weeks to Canberra, Australia. While there,  I took lots of photos (as you can imagine)  including this bridge going over Lake Burley Griffin116 web


Another shot of a pelican flying over Lake Hume, VictoriaLake Hume Sunrise pelic3 312 Web


A gorgeous pelican gliding on the waters of Lake Hume Lake Hume Sunrise Pelic2 413 web