Why aren't all power plugs like this? So easy to pull out from the socket. I think this is on our electric knife. It is put away and I can't be bothered checking.
Lorikeets busy feeding on a seed ring in a South Yarra Street. They are fast, noisy and very colourful.
The window cleaning vehicle that moves around the building next door on a track. Window cleaners are suspended below. I wonder if Grace has ever thought of that as a job?
Its centrally mounted power supply. Note that even after well above average rain in the past couple of months, the roof is still muddy after the January muddy rain event.
Creatures have come out to dine and have taken prime cafe window seats normally coveted by now disease ridden humans.
We've had two visits by cockatoos that I know of. I think the red cyclamen and the other red flowering plant attract their attention. The yellow tailed black cockatoos have been flying past in the last few weeks. The currawongs are busy calling to each other.
A week or so ago people here became sick after picking and eating poison mushrooms. Signs have gone up in Fawkner Park, warning people to not take the risk. Regardless, I would never pick and eat the mushrooms as I don't like them and there is a good chance that one of the hundreds of dogs walked in Fawkner Park every day have urinated on them. I did pick them in paddocks when I was young and there is only one type I know, which is quite safe. My brother and I once picked a bumper lot and Mother especially bought brown paper bags for us to sell them at the roadside. I can't remember the price we were selling them for but it must have been too cheap as the first person who stopped bought all of them, like a washing basket full of mushrooms. What we thought would be an afternoon of customer interaction did not happen. Back to making dirt roads for Matchbox cars I expect.