Mirror Mirror by Eve Parry

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Port Lincoln Ringneck – Barnardius zonarius. Race semitorquatus.
Commonly known as Twenty-Eight Parrot.

An Australia parrot that frequently visit my garden in Frankland River, Western Australia. .
Camera Nikon D50

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australian, bird, parrot, port lincoln, ringneck, twenty eight, western australia, green, reflection, barnardius zonarius, eve parry, birds, parrots, one, 1, reflections

I retired to Frankland River 10 years ago, after living in Perth since 1971; originally I was from Shropshire, England.
Most of my work, is done in the lower south of Western Australia, mainly Frankland, my garden, and Albany. However, I do visit my family who still live in Perth, and try to take the opportunity to photograph other places.

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Comments

  • Dawn B Davies-McIninch
    Dawn B Davies-...over 6 years ago

    lovely shot

  • Thank you very much.

    – Eve Parry

  • jenny4
    jenny4over 6 years ago

    Nice capture – well done!

  • Thank you very much.

    – Eve Parry

  • Susan Moss
    Susan Mossover 6 years ago

    Love it, great capture

  • Thank you very much.

    – Eve Parry

  • eaglewatcher
    eaglewatcherover 6 years ago

    Great reflection and color – well done

  • Thank you very much :-)

    – Eve Parry

  • Denzil
    Denzilover 6 years ago

    What a wonderful shot!

  • Thank you very much.

    – Eve Parry

  • georgieboy98
    georgieboy98over 6 years ago

    A beauty for sure. Several of these are regular visitors to our garden, along with a flock of galahs. Incidentally many years ago I once did the photos at Frankland School, also Rocky Gully on same day! Peter

  • I guess Frankland would have changed quite a lot since you last saw it. There are a lot more houses and people here now than there was 10 years ago when we first came here to live.

    – Eve Parry

  • georgieboy98
    georgieboy98over 6 years ago

    The last time we were there must have been 1988 or 89. Keep saying we’ll visit there again but it’s not the sort of place you are ever likely to be just passing through, is it! We had driven down from Manjimup to do those two schools and then headed on to Albany afterwards. Peter

  • There is now a good road through from Manjimup to the Albany Highway. We get a lot of through traffic now. :-)

    – Eve Parry

  • StaceyH
    StaceyHabout 5 years ago

    Very well done, love how you captured this

  • Thank you very much, it’s one of my favorites.

    – Eve Parry

  • Kathleen Whitty
    Kathleen Whittyabout 5 years ago

    such a magical moment captured

  • Thank you, I was thrilled when I saw it on the computer.

    – Eve Parry

  • Vanessa Barklay
    Vanessa Barklayabout 5 years ago

  • Thank you so much, I’m smiling.

    – Eve Parry

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