Thompson’s Beach, Cobram

The corellas wheel overhead

Screeching, calling – a riot of sound.

A man wanders along the beach, communing with the River.

My stomach is replete with lunch.

29th of April 2009

It is a pleasure coming here again.

It is a lovely park.

My eye was taken by the patterns made by shadows and leaf litter on the ground.

The corellas are busy nipping off foliage – littering the ground.

The simple desire to capture an avenue of trees leading down to the River absorbs a couple of hours easily.

6th of April 2011

Cobram is a small town on the River Murray which forms the border between the states of Victoria and New South Wales.

The Little Corella is a small white cockatoo which forms large, noisy flocks.


2 Responses

  1. Beautiful, Margaret! Your artwork is so light and magical! And your poetry lyrical and so interesting. Thanks for sharing.

    • Thank you, Diane. Drawing these pictures gave me a lot of pleasure.

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