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On watching birds (Part 2)

Part 2 of some recent bird photos and stories… If you missed part 1 you can find it here A Rainbow Bee-Eater, one the many migratory species that bring a sense of time and season to the bush. These acrobatic flyers are often seen flitting out from tall trees, catching…

On watching Birds (part 1)

One of my favourite things to point my camera towards are birds, sometimes you get lucky with one that lands nearby but most of the time getting great photos of birds involves lots of patient waiting. It helps to spend time just watching and learning their behaviours and letting them…

October

October was a quiet month for photo adventures for me, only managing to get out twice in the whole month. A early morning trip to Wyaralong trying to get some photos of Reed Warblers yielded precisely 0 images of them but I did manage to capture a few others I…

An update

If you’re a follower of the blog you will probably have noticed that things have been quiet here for a few months. I have still been posting occasional images to my Facebook page¬†https://www.facebook.com/ScottWarnerPhotography¬†but even that has been a little sporadic. Due to some family circumstances I haven’t been out with…

Something from nothing

I was fortunate to win a couple of prizes at this years Boonah show from this image. It’s a classic image of a high rainforest creek tumbling over the rocks on its way to calmer waters – except it isn’t, well not normally anyway. This little stream is seasonal and…