13 comments on “Turning Over A New Leaf – The Australian Logrunner

  1. A beautiful post ‘turning the leaf’, my friend! And I had also never heard of this bird! beautiful, pictures, videos and thoughts! I wish you and your a wonderful 2019.

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    • Thanks so much dear Tiny, it is a bird seldom seen and unknown to most Australians but an amazing little survivor. I have been so blessed to see this bird several times in several places. You likewise have a very enjoyable and inspiring New Year. 🙂

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  2. What an absolutley fitting example for the New Year! Such a beautiful analogy of how we should be focusing our attentions and affections. Thank you for sharing this wisdom in such an inspiring post. God bless you and your wife and family abundantly in this New Year dear friend.

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    • Thanks so much dear friend for your most encouraging reply, I do appreciate it. I alsways share what our loving Father lays on my heart through my latest birding adventure. Richest blessings for the New Year to you your hubby and boys, and may you chase and realize the dream and vision that God has placed in your hearts. 🙂

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    • Thanks so much Donna, we were so blessed to find these rare beauties considering we could fine no others birds on this heat wave day. The rainforest is always a lovely place to walk in a heat wave. Have a wonderful enjoyable week my friend!

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  3. HI AB,

    Great start to the year. Not a bird I get to see, but really does fit the title you’ve chosen.
    Most years, I do a blog in the first part of Jan on just the subject of where to for the new year, and what things to I need to reconnect to, and what things is it time to put behind.
    Sage advice is always good, so thanks for the overview.

    I’ve got several self-imposed photo projects on the go for 2019. One of them is to finally get all my images into just one database. At present I seem to always have to double, or triple handle shots, and either lose track or interest with them.

    May 2019 bring happiness, great experiences and gentle kindness to you and yours.

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    • Thanks so much David, I appreciate your input and kind blessings. I have found my Speciated Bird Album structured on the index of a bird field guide has been a great help to me for finding images. I also keep dated folders of each birding outing so the photos are findable in several places. All the best in structuring a system that works best for you. May 2019 bring much pleasure and satisfaction and more of those wonderful bird capture moments which you showcase so beautifully and eloquently 🙂

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