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Saturday, February 27, 2010

Corellas in their hundreds after the storm...

14 comments:

Delwyn said...

Hi Alaine

is there something special that they are coming in to nibble on after the rains?

Happy days

Alaine said...

Hello Delwyn in Hawaii! Lucky duck!

No, not really. I think they just remember our place (and the wild bird mix) from last year! I presume they were pushed further and further East this morning by that fabulous storm! They came in to land once, one of them must have spied me at the window, they took off, came back a second time and we haven't seen them since.

Enjoy your time in Hawaii!

maggie's garden said...

These are some pretty magnificent photos you captured.

Wanda said...

Your photos are lovely, Alaine. I would love to have quick visits like that, from such beautiful birds!

Alaine said...

Karen (Maggie's Garden)... thank you. As a matter of fact I was cursing the camera for being so slow!

Alaine said...

Wanda...thanks and yes, it is a treat. There were a few cockatoos but most were corellas.

Lyn said...

How nice of them to stop by and say Hi!!...me too!

Alaine said...

Hi Lyn! Have a great weekend!

steven said...

wow alaine - i'd love to have a flock of birds here. these are really good photographs . . . amazing memory the birds have for food and good times. steven

Alaine said...

Hi Steven, taken through dusty windows but not to be missed!

José Filipe said...

Hello Alaine.
It´s always a pleasure to navigate here, some interesting photos, i liked this ones, nice photo work.
All the best, have a nice day, see you soon.

José Filipe

Alaine said...

José Filipe...coming from you, being a fine photographer, that is a compliment! Thanks for visiting.

Susan (Between Naps on the Porch) said...

When my son was doing his undergraduate work at Univ. of Georgia, he did a study abroad trip to Austrailia and NZ...six weeks in each country. It's so much fun exploring the pics on your sidebar and seeing all the little creatures he told me about when he returned. I'll forward the link to your blog to him. He's in lawschool now, so no more fun trips for now...just nose in the books these day. ;-)
Susan

Alaine said...

Susan (BNOP), thank you so much for visiting. I just adore your blog and your last Tablescape Thursday setting is exquisite and so inviting. Please come back and say hello soon; I wish your son great rewards with his studies.