William Hatfield wrote in I find Australia (1937), "galahs at sunset are sure indication of water. They never make 'dry camps'."
not coloured up properly yet; this pair were checking out along the retainer wall, at waters edge
Casuarina over Bonnells Bay, late in the day. I saw the occasional fish jumping too...I suspect they were mullet but that's just a guess. Why do fish jump? Australian Museum has an answer here if you're wondering. I like the second analogy best.
this youngster was continually trying to beckon it's parent/s to come feed me!
I left later, having missed out on a decent sunset over the water, my first intention for being there, but I have a couple in archives for you. Glad the galahs kept me occupied in the meantime; a little bit of pink and grey feathers was a nice change.