11 comments on “An Early Morning Rainforest Walk – Social Distancing at its Best

  1. You have the best pictures. When I read your posts, I just feel peace come over me. So beautiful and fascinating.


    • Thanks so much Chrissie, your words are so encouraging, I am delighted you appreciate my blog so much, thank you for making my day. I am so glad you feel the peace we feel also. It is interesting the words peace, beautiful and fascinating are some of the words people share from their experience when reading my book “What Birds Teach Us”. Enjoy your weekend and stay safe 🙂

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  2. Hello Ashley,
    This post made my evening! What a treat it is to view these images. Your wife is a wonderful photographer. Again, many congratulations on the release of the 2nd edition of your book. (I replied to your email, many thanks again).
    Best wishes always,

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    • Thanks Takami, my wife felt very honored when she read your comment, and smiled appreciatively, thank you for your encouraging words, she often feels her photos are not good, you made her day. Thank you again for purchasing my book, and your encouraging comments, they are most appreciated Takami. I replied to your email today. Best wishes to you and your family 🙂

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  3. Hi Ashley, how I envy you being able to get out and about in the National parks once again. Ours have reopened this week but we can only travel 30km from home so can’t really go anywhere yet for a nice long walk although I’m looking forward to returning to the Wetlands this weekend. Hopefully the situation will change next month when I have holidays from work and I might be able to take a nice break somewhere in Tassie. 🙂

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    • Thanks Sue, yes things are a little different in every state at the moment. It is like we have split back up into separate countries like before Federation. We are thankful our National Park is only 20 minutes drive away. I do hope things are better when you take your holiday, we are looking forward to having a real vacation and not another stay-cation later in the year, when things find their new normal. Stay safe my friend 🙂

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  4. Thanks Bindyamc, yes it is quite different and until you see the blue tail could mistake it for a female. Yes the Lyrebird tail is remarkable to see it in the sunlight from behind is very special, but more special is to see it spread over its head when it sings and dances for the female. Here is a page I prepared for you: https://aussiebirder.com/superb-lyrebird/


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