Kingfishers Paradise

Kingfishers ParadiseRepresents the many crystal clear waterways that we have meandering through the World Heritage Rainforests and mountain ranges around Cairns.  This is home to the Black Bream Fish, Turtles, Platypus and of course many species of bright coloured birds such as the Kingfisher which is in the foreground of this painting.

This painting is 1800 wide X 800 high  $3,200.00

 

 

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In My Backyard

The flowering trees around Cairns in the springtime is really a pretty site!. Pictured here “In My Backyard”,  the Cassia tree  is often visited by the Rainbow Lorikeet Birds coming to forage nectar and pollen from the pink blossoms.  This is a common sight in and around Cairns and is a birdwatchers paradise.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Return of the Rainbows

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Far North Queensland is known for its World Heritage Rainforest canopies that meet  with the  crystal clear waters of the Great Barrier Reef.        
The Rainbow Lorikeets fly in groups from tree to tree searching for the fruits of the Rainforest. Pictured here in this painting – foraging a palette of  the Umbrella Tree berries  which they can get quite intoxicated  from and at times can cause them to fall out of the tree in a drunken stupor.  
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The Tropical Kiss

The screeching of the beautiful Eclectus Parrots cuts through the silence of the Rainforests and echos for miles across mountain ranges to reach the woody plains and outbacks of Cape York Pennisula.  The Male is the Green Parrot and the Female is the Red.  This pair is perched on the Native Penda tree which is the floral emblem of Cairns.