Thursday, October 11, 2012

Allsorts - highlights of the past month!!

Shhhh... hope nobody noticed but my last post was a while back now... been a little slack on updating this little blog lately! so this is my post to make up for it!!
Been having so much fun with my new camera of late... so I thought for this blog post I would let the pictures do the talking!
In the last month or so.. I have done trips to both Gluepot and Wagga Wagga! with lots of little trips in-between! I still have many photos to sort though! My hard drives are overflowing..... but have picked a few of the highlights out of the bunch and put them up below! Starting with one of the most beautiful parrots getting around the Superb Parrot!

Superb Parrots - Wagga Wagga NSW

Superb Parrots - Wagga Wagga NSW

Superb Parrots - Wagga Wagga NSW (Male & Female)

Noisy Friarbird - Wagga Wagga NSW

Galah - Freeling SA

Red-capped Robin - The Rock NSW

Superb Fairy-wren - Wagga Wagga NSW

Striated Pardalote - Wagga Wagga NSW

Striated Pardalote - Wagga Wagga NSW

Eastern Rosella - Wagga Wagga NSW

Musk Lorikeet - Freeling SA

Hardhead - Kapunda SA

Hardhead - Kapunda SA

Pied Currawong - Bright Vic

Varigated Fairy-wren - Gluepot SA

Chestnut Quail-thrush - Gluepot SA
Can't wait to see what the next month brings!!
Chris

5 comments:

  1. Looks like you're certainly loving the new camera. You've certainly taken some great images, can't go past those superb parrots. Don't worry about the frequency of your posts, you're doing better than I am ;)

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  2. Wow Chris, images are stunning, especially the Superb Parrots, but they are all wonderful to look at. Can't wait for the rest of them. What is the new camera?

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  3. Thanks all! Richard the new camera is a Canon 600D just with it's kit lens a 250mm IS! It's super sharp compared to my old set-up! Also lately I have started trying to get better photos of particular species rather than chasing numbers of species... so a little more emphasis on the photos has helped too!
    Cheers!

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    1. Thanks Chris. I'm thinking of upgrading to a 7D soon, so was interested to see what you got. I bought a 100-400IS lens a little while ago. Your setup has done a fantastic job and maybe there is a bit of a tick for your new style of species selection rather than the masses too. Cheers.

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