Thursday, June 27, 2019

A walk in the park encore..



Yesterday morning after visiting my sister in hospital, a stone's throw from Kings Park, we stopped by for a walk amidst the calming greenery and familiar views.. thought you might like to come along with me :) The storm that was forecast was building but only came in later in the day. Hoping to get some wintry shots tomorrow. Have been reading about the extreme temperatures in the northern hemisphere, it really is astonishing that there are still so many climate change disbelievers, what will it take I wonder! Happy Thursday, keep cool, take care and stay safe...  P.s. All pics taken with one lens, the new 12-200, so good not having to change lens all the time.


28 comments:

  1. I have to admit, my favourite includes that dog- so happy to be out and about.

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  2. ...nice encore, let's do it again.

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  3. Beautiful photos, Grace! The fifth one is my favourite.

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  4. What gorgeous photos! That is a great lens! I love all those close ups and I especially love that last shot. Kings Park has a lot to offer.

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  5. Ane extravaganza of great pics, Grace!

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  6. What a wonderful series of photos, Grace. The new lens is great and covers a lot of area.

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  7. Lovely photos, especially that bird.

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  8. Thank you, I am always ready for a walk in the park. Lots of exotic flora to see.

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  9. Lovely photos! Does eucalyptus always look like that?

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  10. You have captured the area well, Grace.

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  11. A great lot of exotic things here to see. A real beautiful collection of plants and the occasional animals.

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  12. OOOOOO some great shots here. And I love that fluffy little golden dog striding out on the grass! He looks very bouncy. The sky looks like it's threatening rain, but really your winter is nothing compared to the cold and bad weather I have to put up with in Canada. I knew I should have emigrated to Australia instead!

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  13. Beautiful photos from Kings Park Grace.
    Hope your sister is doing better.
    Quite stormy today.

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  14. Thank you, Grace - somehow last time we only visited Kings Park once - that night with you, P and Sami! Still beats me how that happened!
    Best wishes to your Sister!! xox

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  15. Wow that new lens it giving you a great range.

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  16. Good things is the walking in the nature's.
    I wish your sister in hospital will feel better soon. ;)

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  17. You make such beautiful photo's Grace! You have strange things in nature I have never seen before.

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  18. 12-200mm sounds interesting. What aperture do you get with that lens?

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  19. Schöne Bilder aus dem Park.

    Noke

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  20. Very interesting photos, love the bird, do you know what it is? Hope your sister is doing well. Happy day Diane

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  21. These are lovely photographs Grace.
    Hope your sister is doing ok.

    All the best Jan

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  22. Such incredible views! You have quite the wonderful area.

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