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  • Major Mitchell

    I noticed a flock of these birds at a Rest Stop on the way up, but didn't manage to get a decent photo, so I called in again on the way back and managed one I was happy with (out of too many to mention) and with the Tamron 16-300 mm!

    I also had a Dingo for company



    D7000 @135mm. f/11 1/2000 1000 ISO. Cropped and cloned out some leaves.

    Alan

    Still trying to make the ordinary look extraordinary

    D7000 | D90 | Coolpix S31 | iPhone 6s | Mac

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  • #2
    Definitely worth the effort. He looks happy to see you.
    Better a full bottle in front of me
    than a full frontal lobotomy.
    Hans

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    • #3
      I think so - showing off a bit
      Alan

      Still trying to make the ordinary look extraordinary

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      • #4
        Great shot Alan. Got to be happy with that. Dingoes are very intriguing and they are very shy but inquisitive. We have pure bred dingoes at Kaarakin and they are just wonderful, especially the Alpines. They are walked every day and sometimes come for a visit to the office to get a special treat.
        IShootACanon

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        Why do they put expiry dates on cartons of sour cream?

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        • #5
          nice work on this one. showing of most if its regalia
          Stephen Davey. Nikon Shooter

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          • #6
            Thanks again
            Alan

            Still trying to make the ordinary look extraordinary

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