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#1366781 - 21/02/2016 08:53 Nature & Landscape Videography.
joesk Offline
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G'day folks, I thought I would start place for everyone to share their videos of the natural world. Wildlife, landscapes etc.

Camped up at Queen Mary Falls last week and enjoyed the short walk to the falls in the morn. Cheers.

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#1369181 - 08/03/2016 10:14 Re: Nature & Landscape Videography. [Re: joesk]
joesk Offline
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Clouds are like the spirit of the mountain,

A short timelapse of an ever changing Mt Lindesay.

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#1369229 - 08/03/2016 15:57 Re: Nature & Landscape Videography. [Re: joesk]
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Nice time lapse joesk
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#1370982 - 20/03/2016 09:30 Re: Nature & Landscape Videography. [Re: joesk]
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Nice work Joesk. I love the Queen Mary falls especially when its going full belt .
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#1371186 - 22/03/2016 15:02 Re: Nature & Landscape Videography. [Re: joesk]
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Well done JOESK, I remember going to Killarney as a kid of about 8 and on to the Falls.

Dad was from Warwick/Gladfield originally and we were living in Coonamble. So we didn't get up there very often.

They are the first waterfalls I can remember and I have been super impressed by them ever since. smile

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#1390362 - 15/10/2016 09:09 Re: Nature & Landscape Videography. [Re: joesk]
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Cheers for the comments , i was doing a time lapse of a sunset a couple of months ago . I was admiring the colour when just on cue a wedgetail eagle came out for one last pass in the final moments of daylight. As if to admire the pink sunset himself, was a memorable experience. Hope you enjoy. Cheers Joe

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#1404480 - 30/01/2017 06:43 Re: Nature & Landscape Videography. [Re: joesk]
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The big carpets certainly take advantage of these warm nights, slowly lumbering through the forest searching for their next meal. Looks like this one from up at Mt Glorious near Brisbane had a decent catch a day or to ago. Cheers Joe

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#1422619 - 01/05/2017 23:26 Re: Nature & Landscape Videography. [Re: joesk]
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The videos are awesome, I just checked Eddy Groot
Flicker images and wanted to tell that the pictures are nice -
good job.
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#1422703 - 03/05/2017 18:21 Re: Nature & Landscape Videography. [Re: Jennistar]
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Originally Posted By: Jennistar
The videos are awesome, I just checked Eddy Groot
Flicker images and wanted to tell that the pictures are nice -
good job.


Thanks Jennistar, glad you enjoyed them!!
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#1422721 - 03/05/2017 21:19 Re: Nature & Landscape Videography. [Re: joesk]
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A couple of pics of some of the black cockies that regularly visit. They love this big dead tree near the shed.




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#1422725 - 03/05/2017 21:27 Re: Nature & Landscape Videography. [Re: joesk]
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Then there is the echidna we had to dig out of the garden after he had half buried himself to escape the dog. We relocated him to outside of the house yard for his safety. Even tying the dog for the night might not have saved him if he had found somewhere else in the yard to hole up. I did remove some very large ticks from him before releasing him.



Unfortunately the Wedge tailed eagle that visited the other day was a bit too fast flying away for me to get a decent pic.


Edited by bundybear (03/05/2017 21:27)

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