This is a special article featuring animals and wildlife I have encountered in the suburb I live in. Of course, many are pets (taken at the dog walking park near Roseville Oval) but occasionally birds and even a bat. Roseville Bridge used to host a bat colony but it looks like they have been driven out.
This is a quick walk down the street to the industrial area close to Roseville Chase. Of course, there are no heavy industries here, so it’s mainly a few car maintenance service centres and some warehouses. As it is spring, there are still plenty of flowers in nearby reserves and on the footpath. I came back by following Scotts Creek into Muston Park. I encountered a cockatoo busy eating – it didn’t seem to mind me at all. On the way back, I encountered another parrot also busy eating but it was high up on the trees.
We start our 5km bubble exploration simply by walking around the suburb we live in. Our walk takes in the leafy streets of East Roseville and returning via Roseville shops.
This is the second of a series of articles showcasing pictures taken on the Voigtländer Nokton 40mm 1:1.2. These pictures were taken around where I live, in the quiet leafy residential suburb of Roseville, close to Chatswood. This article focuses on pseudo-macro photos of flowers with some street scenes.