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Found a platypus swimming in a dam today

 

 

cheers

 

mick

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Travelling through the Italian and French Alps ATM. Here's an atmospheric shot from Cole Della Sampyres, a 2000m+ col up a road barely 1 car wide. The descent was down a road labelled by the locals as 'the road of death'. The things we do for a photo!

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Spent last week in India for work and got a couple of snaps, mostly from inside our car. Quite an experience...

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A couple of shots of a lizard on the way back from today's lunch location.Lizard_1_BT_SNA.thumb.jpg.fb9de3f22338b016ab4e0ce4fb905f04.jpg

 

A bit closer.

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Had 2 Weeks in London So visited Brooklands Museum in Weybridge a great day out.

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Easily my favourite lense, the Olympus 75mm 1.8. A Lightroom crop.

 

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A few visitors at breakfast time this morning, missed the kookaburra, it was a bit shy.

 

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Sunset at Kangaroo Point earlier in the week. The sun peeked through the clouds and was brighter than a thousand ... suns. I still haven't figured out how to control that yet.

 

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Nikon D750 camera + Nikkor 16-35 lens @ 26mm, f/16, ISO 100, 1/13 sec.

 

--Geoff

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Nikon D750 + Nikkor 200-500mm f/5.6 @ 500mm f/5.6 1/400sec ISO800

 

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Some of today's visitors, no photo of the White necked heron, nor the Ibis.

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Low light for the Spoonbills and Egret, cannot get too close.

 

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23 hours ago, hired goon said:

Sunset at Kangaroo Point earlier in the week. The sun peeked through the clouds and was brighter than a thousand ... suns. I still haven't figured out how to control that yet.

Why would you want to...

That is how we see it...

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A brief storm this arvo, with an even briefer rainbow (taken from the road outside my house).

 

--Geoff

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This guy was taking refuge from a couple of crows on the roof racks of a car.  He was prepared to put up with the crowd of people around him as long as they protected him from the pesky ravens.

 

 

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50 minutes ago, gat474 said:

This guy was taking refuge from a couple of crows on the roof racks of a car.  He was prepared to put up with the crowd of people around him as long as they protected him from the pesky ravens.

 

 

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Great shot!

 

cheers

 

mick

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1 hour ago, hired goon said:

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A brief storm this arvo, with an even briefer rainbow (taken from the road outside my house).

 

--Geoff

Love it - Sorta surreal!

Expect to see Mitzi Gaynor/Rossano Brassi or maybe Gene Kelly/Debbie Reynolds come dancing through the clouds :)

 

cheers

 

mick

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A few more many and varied visitors to our location today.

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22 hours ago, mickj1 said:

Great shot!

 

cheers

 

mick

@mickj1 Thanks Mick but I can't take too much credit.  I was that close I couldn't miss.  I was about 1.5 metres with the 70-200 at 200 mm on a crop sensor.  No excuse to stuff it up.  He just wasn't moving for anyone.

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Birdies wot I spotted on my walkies today:
 

#1 Rainbow Lorikeet

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#2  Magpie vs Kookaburra

 

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Nikon D750 camera + Tamron 70-200 lens @ 200mm, f/2.8, ISO 100, 1/800 sec, cropped.

 

Not the best shot technically (I had the camera set to auto and 1/800 is too slow)  but kinda cool to see a bird fight.

 

--Geoff

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