Boom boom boom! That’s the noise that emus make… It is also referred to as their drum as they communicate whch each other.
On Easter Monday and Tuesday I went diving at Ulladulla and Jervis Bay with Indepth Scuba. It was great to be back under the water again and to hang out with some fellow divers. The highlight for me was seeing large wobbegong sharks (bigger than the other divers) and a couple of small Leafy Sea Dragons. When […]
This time I have taken an interest in surrealism. And out of all the books I got out of the library I took most liking to ‘The Tree Show’ by Mark Ryden – his website is worth a look, his imagination and realism is something else!! I liked the theme of making something big but still […]
First all Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to you all! I was asked to create an image to go on our work Christmas Cards, and here it is – Roodolf!! I couldn’t resist dressing a Roo up with antlers and a red nose to mimic Rudolf!
I liked what I did for the Galahs the other week that I wanted to do the same for these three Magpies! 🙂
This chap nicely sat down and posed for me in my lunch hour!
The Xanthorrhoea has a common name of Grassy Tree due to it having a dark trunk with a grassy top. A bush fire is required for it to flower, but a Ranger at Tidbinbilla lit the grassy part and then a few months later the the metre long flower started to shoot. It is such an […]
Cute close up I always see Galahs playing around on the telephone wire that goes through Tidibinbilla. These birds have such character I have been excitedly drawing them all week. Then on my day off yesterday I got stuck into creating the above picture.