Wednesday, July 25, 2018

Double rainbow..



I miss these colourful little creatures as they feed in my back garden, making a dreadful din to show the other birds who comes first in the pecking order! I think Cafe de Grace will have to re-open soon :) As a follow on to yesterday's beautifully painted birds I delved into the archives to find some unpublished shots from a few years ago. I needed a further splash of colour to cheer me up and know that many of you are also experiencing mega wet stormy weather right now. Hopefully whatever the weather these gorgeous Rainbow Lorikeets will brighten your day. Happy Wednesday, take care and stay safe..


29 comments:

  1. One wonders what bizarre machinations of natural selection could produce something so exquisitely colourful.

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  2. Wow, such a colourful bird! I'd love to see those flying around!

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  3. They certainly bright some colour into our wet winter days of this week.

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  4. Wow, what a colorful ones. A visit from the rainbow birds. And that in your garden.

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  5. They sure are beautiful, Grace and of course very colourful. I just finished reading about them from the link you provided. Pretty impressive birds and to think that they visit your garden. Now that is cool.

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  6. I can only imagine looking out into the back garden and seeing these beauties, Grace! They look huge! It is hot & very humid here today!

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  7. ...two is always better than one! 😀😀

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  8. They are so beautiful coloured. Someone has ever brought these birds to Amsterdam and freed them in a park. They acclimatized very well to everybody's surprise and now they have taken over the park from the local birds. They chased away the locals and multiplied very speedy. So now we have colourful lorikeets in our trees in the park! So I can imagine they chase your other birds away aswell.

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  9. Thay are beautiful, and a lovely photo.
    From breaking all records with rainfall earlier this year I am now having to water, the garden is like concrete!!! We need rain, but we do not need storms like on 4 July here!! Keep well Diane

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  10. Magnificent colours. Love them!

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  11. Stunning photos of these birds, Grace. How lucky you are to have them visit you. Yes, we have had rain, 6-8 inches of the stuff last week with many wet basements and some flooding. Fortunately my basement is just fine.

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  12. Well, they certainly brightened my day! I love seeing these mega-colorful birds.

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  13. They are remarkable looking birds and so clear in your photos.

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  14. I can't imagine a bird this colorful in my yard. The best we can do are goldfinches and hummingbirds. I love ours but these are dazzling, as noisy as they may be.

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  15. Way more beautiful than my little guests, Grace (but then they´re beautiful, too) :-)

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  16. Amazing shots. The birds are so colorful! :)

    Mersad
    Mersad Donko Photography

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  17. Lindo e espectacular este belo casal de aves e com cores fantásticas.
    Um abraço e continuação de boa semana.

    Andarilhar
    Dedais de Francisco e Idalisa
    O prazer dos livros

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  18. Wow is all I can say. I'm a new lorikeet fan!

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  20. Funny my mate in Sidney keep sending photos of them

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  21. I like a lot lorikeets...Arianna

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  22. What a funny birds. Great pictures of them.
    I think these bothes can make a lot of noice...hihi..!!

    Greetings, Marco

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  23. They are beautiful looking, and such wonderful colours.

    All the best Jan

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