Monday, 28 May 2018

At Punchbowl Reserve, Launceston

At Punchbowl Reserve once again - took so many photo there, I was in paradise for awhile :)
These photos were taken with the DSLR Nikon..(before I bought the DSRL Canon)

That's a Tasmanian Native Hen, they roam around in the Reserve and seem to be plentiful.
There are different species.






36 comments:

  1. We have a Punchbowl Reserve here too, and it is a great spot for hiking and birding.

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  2. Wonderful pictures.
    It looks like a Canadian park!! : ))

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    1. That's interesting, I expect many parks in this world would look similar.

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    1. Yes they are Rosemary, I timed it well for photos and visit.

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    1. Yes they are, we are lucky to have such lovely trees introduced in this Reserve.

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  5. How very, very beautiful. My shutter finger would be very sore.

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  6. The body of the native hen looks very chook like.

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    1. That's true because they are a chook but a native one.

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  7. Me encantan los preciosos tonos de los árboles otoñales.

    Besos

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  8. The "native Tassie" hen looks like a water fowl.
    Does it swim???

    That certainly is a picturesque park.
    Colin

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    1. Apparently they can swim but not fly Colin..
      Lovely park especially in autumn.

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  9. Beautiful, crisp, clear pictures. Have a lovely week.

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  10. The viewing deck looks the perfect place to take in 360* surroundings.

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    1. It is a nice 360 surround but forgot to take, well next year if autumn..or maybe spring.

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  11. Exquisite...absolutely exquisite. These are wonderful photos, Margaret...truly, they are. :)

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  12. Toda una belleza de imagenes, amiga... Con un color precioso

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  13. The trees are such a wonderful colour.
    Great series of photographs, I enjoyed seeing them all.

    All the best Jan

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    1. Thanks Jan, I did have a wonderful time taking the photos.

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  14. truly my kind of place my friend!!!!

    look at the beauty and serenity!

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