A Sulphur-crested Cockatoo flew past me as I was photographing the Galahs, seen in the bckr. Just after sunrise.
Sulphur-crested Cockatoo coming in to land, just after sunrise.
Telephoto sunrise at Belmunda, straight into the sun.. It looked very good in colour, unfortunately it was a very, very hazy morning. Looked pretty ordinary so I converted it to B/W. That certainly got rid of the haze.
Image taken deep in the mangroves, no flash used.
CUCKOO LITTLE BRONZE JUV_02
ROBIN EASTERN YELLOW_13
ROBIN EASTERN YELLOW_12
PARROT KING M_02
FLYCATCHER LEADEN F_09
White Ibis at sunrise.
FLYCATCHER SHINING M_13
FLYCATCHER LEADEN M_14
Image taken right on sunrise.
The Rose-crowned Fruit-dove, being small as well, is one tough bird to get close to and in the sun. They usually feed and roost high up in the canopy and shade.
A juvenile Rose-crowned Fruit-dove, eyeing the White Cedar seeds. Shortly after sunrise.
Even on a rainy day the Rose-crowned Fruit-dove adult is a sight for sore eyes.
ROSELLA CRIMSON _05
PARROT KING F_01
PARROT KING F_03
I was out photographing, whilst the sun was just about to set, when a few horses walked over towards me. I could not resist taking a few shots agaist the light. The specks all around the horses are insects highlighted by the light.
Shot against the setting sun.
WHISTLER GOLDEN M_06
WHISTLER GOLDEN M_05
WHISTLER GOLDEN F_06
COCKATOO RED-TAILED BLACK F_21
The smallest egret in Australia, the Little Egret hunting right after sunrise.