I continued my ‘Cubes’ series with ‘Animals of Australia’. The cubic form adds some magic, humor and a bit of a Pop Art feel to the print.
It was a logical choice to do something with the three colorful parrots from an earlier print ‘Birds of Australia’.
During sunrise I saw a mangrove at Nudgee Beach reflected in the water. Only a feeding egret disturbed the reflective surface of the water.
The cliffs of the Shorncliffe beachfront are exceptionally beautiful and old.
In 1928 one of the most beautiful parrots of Australia became extinct. Nobody understood how this could happen.
Our weekly walks at Bramble Bay give a different view on the mud flats every time.
On a holiday at Stradbroke Island we went to Cylinder Beach, where the water is crystal clear. The ocean colors green and blue.