Red-rumped parrots

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male red-rumped parrot (Psephotus haematonotus)

I had a pair of red-rumped parrots fly up to me today and spend some time with me. I felt most honored. I just love their grace, colours and temperament 🙂 ❤

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female red-rumped parrot (Psephotus haematonotus)

Fire Gazing

“Neither fire nor wind, birth nor death, can erase our good deeds.” Buddha.

Please watch my new video and be mesmerized by fire sprites dancing in the fire’s light, and relax to the rhythm of flames and the hypnotic music :).

It’s the perfect meditation for a cold Winter’s night, and the celebration of the fast approaching Winter Solstice( 21st June) here in the Southern Hemisphere.  Cheers also to those celebrating the Summer Solstice in the Northern Hemisphere. Blessings to all  🙂 ❤

Gorgeous Sunset

“A beautiful sunset that was mistaken for a dawn.” Claude Debussy.

I am always thankful for the beauty that nature unfolds, changing as it does from moment to moment. I take great pleasure in saying farewell to the passing of each day, as each reflection presents a new picture upon the canvas of life. Nature is certainly the greatest artist indeed! 🙂 ❤

I love galahs!

” When I look into the eyes of an animal, I do not see an animal. I see a living being. I see a friend. I feel a soul.”  Anthony Douglas Williams.

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The galah (Eolophus roseicapilla) also known as the rose-breasted cockatoo.

I heard a familiar  ‘wuaaaaaaawk’, and looked out my bedroom window and watched quietly as a couple of galahs rested in the tall blue gum tree in my front garden. They knew that I was there, and for a while quietly observed me :).

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They apparently didn’t mind my intrusion and before long they continued with their antics, hanging upside down, feeding, playing and munching on wood.

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The term galah is derived from gilaa, a word found in Yuwaalaraay and neighbouring Aboriginal languages, and colloquially we call them ‘cockies’.

It was utterly captivating and delightful watching them and I felt most privileged and blessed as they had allowed me into their precious lives, and hearts. 🙂 ❤

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HAPPY NEW YEAR 2014

HAPPY NEW YEAR 2014

As the sun sets on 2013, let us welcome in the New Year of 2014.  All the best to you and may 2014 be a great year! Let 2014 be a year to remember and may it bring many blessings our way. Love Bridget xx