When a writer hands in a manuscript….

They need a break.
Really, they do.
The book is far from finished. There are still revisions and edits, polish and condensing, expanding and inserting cutting to be done. But for a moment, there is a need to do something else.


Birding, for instance. 
So this is what I’ve been up to,
 around my area:
At Black Lake (above) and Creery Wetlands (below)
Above:  Four species, one photograph — Great Egret, Australasian Ibis, Yellow-billed Spoonbill and Grey Teal.
Lake Goegrup at dusk
Pelicans on Lake Goegrup
Little Pied Cormorant
A Magpie goes birding
Osprey and Silver Gull
Must try this
Quenda (Bandicoot) at dusk

A Wecome Swallow from above




















                  And a Welcome Swallow looks up:

Dusk at Erskine Lake
Osprey

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When a writer hands in a manuscript…. — 3 Comments

  1. Great osprey pictures. Best I have ever done is see them fly over. Didn't know the swallow was so colourful. the other water birds we used to see a lot of in NC.

    Congrats on finishing the book Let me know when you want my help.

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