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#279234 - 02/02/2009 09:47 Nature Photography (((o)))
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hi everyone

share the wonderful world of Flora and Fauna and the ecology of the landscapes and all that makes up the beautiful natural world we are apart of ...










Mahogany Glider - Petaurus gracilis


Lumholtz Tree Kangaroo - Dendrolagus lumholtzi

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#279235 - 01/11/2009 11:40 Re: Nature Photography (((o)))
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World (?) Environment Wildlife photo comp winners.
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#793389 - 05/11/2009 21:05 Re: Nature Photography (((o))) [Re: SBT]
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This is my second summer working on a portfolio for next years competition and it is hard work.
I have spent hours in the bush at the back of my suburb shooting reptile portraits and the competetion is fierce in this category.
When I look at the wolf image and the birds fighting it makes it even harder as my subject matter is not exactly reknown for being exciting.
The one thing I have in my favour is it allows me to work very close, I just hope that I have something that catches the judges eyes.
Some heavy hitters enter this competition every year and you have to pull out all the stops and then prey to every known deity to have all bases covered.
Im on my 4th roll of slide and will shoot at least another 2-3 in an endeavour to shoot a cracker.
I spent the better part of two hours with one subject up a tree yesterday morning, the worst thing was not being able to get all my kit up there with me so I was having to climb up and down a number of times for different lenses and such, you learn very quickly what does and does not work on a project like this.
I was lucky my subject was very cooperative and just took one for the team.


Edited by FeralWX (05/11/2009 21:08)

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#795122 - 11/11/2009 20:38 Re: Nature Photography (((o))) [Re: SBT]
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Originally Posted By: Sir BoabTree
http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/8318226.stm
World (?) Environment Wildlife photo comp winners.


Oooops I just noticed I did not quote Sir Boab Tree in my post above for the competition he is referring to, sorry.
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#799212 - 23/11/2009 12:55 Re: Nature Photography (((o))) [Re: Grinch]
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A Brown Tree Snake licking his lips after eating the last of my Zebra Finches.

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#800519 - 27/11/2009 20:24 Re: Nature Photography (((o))) [Re: Willow]
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He looks satisfied Willow.
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#804473 - 12/12/2009 12:41 Re: Nature Photography (((o))) [Re: caldera]
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Here's a few of mine from the last couple of months, needless to say I've been having a lot of fun with the new macro lens. smile


Ringed xenica (Geitoneura acantha) seen at Picton, NSW.


Jacky lizard (Amphibolurus muricatus) seen at Picton, NSW.


Eastern water dragon (Physignathus lesueurii) seen at Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park, NSW.


Flowers of a scribbly gum (Eucalyptus haemastoma) seen at Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park, NSW.


Forked sundew (Drosera binata) with its breakfast, Blue Mountains National Park, NSW.


HDR shot of warm temperate rainforest along the Goodenia Rainforest walking track, South East Forest National Park, NSW.


Rain drops caught on moss spore capsules, South East Forest National Park, NSW.

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#805115 - 14/12/2009 10:24 Re: Nature Photography (((o))) [Re: Harlz]
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Don't ya just love messing about with a macro?

Python this time
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#805134 - 14/12/2009 12:34 Re: Nature Photography (((o))) [Re: Willow]
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Beautiful Willow, love the symmetry of his face.

Harlz, those shots are spectacular, especially like the last one and the lizard. Good work smile
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#806317 - 17/12/2009 12:30 Re: Nature Photography (((o))) [Re: caldera]
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Here's a couple of critters in residence in my back yard.

Bearded Dragon




Tawny Frogmouths.


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#810673 - 28/12/2009 19:16 Re: Nature Photography (((o))) [Re: DNO]
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#810677 - 28/12/2009 19:23 Re: Nature Photography (((o))) [Re: Jax]
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Inside a cactus flower

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#835120 - 16/02/2010 13:47 Re: Nature Photography (((o))) [Re: Jax]
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Native bees working on the entrance to the hive. These guys are only about 2mm long and are stingless.
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#835993 - 18/02/2010 00:30 Re: Nature Photography (((o))) [Re: Willow]
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WARNING - This post contains SEX scenes.
From an ORGY in my backyard....


Click em if you're game.
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#842702 - 10/03/2010 19:33 Re: Nature Photography (((o))) [Re: DNO]
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great shots everyone. Here's a couple of a juvenile bluetongue lizard i found while mowing my lawn, luckily i spotted him before i turned him into wormfood poke

it was quite a challenge getting a decent shot as i have only a 17-40mm lens and it will only focus down to 10cm or so.If you haven't noticed bluetongues tend to get quite aggressive when you get that close to them.



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#853923 - 22/03/2010 22:27 Re: Nature Photography (((o))) [Re: lightning chaser]
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After all the rains we have had in the Alice some weired looking creatures have come out.
This is a shield Shrimp from the Illparpa Claypans just out of town.


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#854091 - 23/03/2010 09:50 Re: Nature Photography (((o))) [Re: desert storm]
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Ooo just found this thread, what fantastic pictures everyone has put up here! I'd never seen a mahogany glider, so adorable. But I think my favourite is the little shield shrimp. He looks just like a living fossil. And extra cute with his little beady eyes! Can I put in a request for more weird desert animals Desert Storm? grin
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#885209 - 24/09/2010 23:43 Re: Nature Photography (((o))) [Re: DNO]
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i went for a hike through cox scrub today, near ashbourne, SA and I saw heaps of wildflowers in bloom. I hope there are some plant buffs who crawl these forums, cause I have no idea what any of them are and Id love to know.





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#886266 - 28/09/2010 21:59 Re: Nature Photography (((o))) [Re: dcon]
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This one was in the Toowoomba Botanical Gardens..


Toowoomba Botanical Gardens by Blechos, on Flickr
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#886269 - 28/09/2010 22:01 Re: Nature Photography (((o))) [Re: Wild Stormy Weather]
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A bed of Tulips from the Toowoomba Carnival of Flowers


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#892505 - 21/10/2010 14:11 Re: Nature Photography (((o))) [Re: Wild Stormy Weather]
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Awesome photo's in this thread.
Here's a photo of a Diamond Python also known as a Carpet Snake, climbing a tree in search of a feed.

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#989334 - 13/05/2011 16:37 Re: Nature Photography (((o))) [Re: EddyG]
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Opinions needed here. Do you think that this photo of a huuuuuuge King Brown is photo shopped? I found it on Facebook.

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#989342 - 13/05/2011 17:06 Re: Nature Photography (((o))) [Re: ol mate]
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It is definately NOT a king brown

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#989343 - 13/05/2011 17:14 Re: Nature Photography (((o))) [Re: Firepac]
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looks like that snake is from the black headed python family....
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#989348 - 13/05/2011 17:35 Re: Nature Photography (((o))) [Re: !SCHUMMY!]
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I'll go as far to say it is a fake. I think it is a high gloss painted piece of timber carving or somthing like that. Could be wrong, just what i think.
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#989357 - 13/05/2011 18:16 Re: Nature Photography (((o))) [Re: Rainrunner]
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Yeah not sure myself. They have been known to grow that big. King browns do flatten their heads out when they raise it like this one, no where near to the extent a cobra does tho. However they are in then same family as the cobra, and more aggressive. My grandfather told me back in the 40's he kill a 4m brown snake while mustering cattle. He has the head at his house in a glass jar filled with some liquid preserving it. The head is bigger than my fist, and the jat has rusted shut. I didn't believe him it was a brown, until some quick research on the head shape, as well as showing a snail catcher friend of mine, confirmed it. I break into a cold sweat every tome I see it...
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#989361 - 13/05/2011 18:28 Re: Nature Photography (((o))) [Re: ol mate]
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Make that snake catcher, not snail catcher.....
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#989366 - 13/05/2011 19:09 Re: Nature Photography (((o))) [Re: ol mate]
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A Cobra is in the genus Naja, a group of elapids from africa and asia. The King Brown is actually a member of the Black Snake family, genus Pseudechis. TOTALLY unrelated to cobras and also unrelated to Brown Snakes.

As for size King Browns grow to a maximum of around 3M, looking at that photo and using the concrete fence posts as a rough guide, assuming they are around 1.2M high and allowing for camera angle then the "snake" is clearly larger than 3 M.

Also, though its hard to tell for sure, in my opinion the head shape is unlike any australian elapid and I also believe that any snake that size whilst moving would have greater curves in its body.


Edited by Firepac (13/05/2011 19:10)

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#989442 - 14/05/2011 08:57 Re: Nature Photography (((o))) [Re: Firepac]
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i found this on a website about that huge snake i will copy and paste..
Dan on May 13th, 2011 2:46 pm
IT IS NOT REAL!!
This is out the front of my old house in Uralba.. It is where Duck Creek Mountain Road meets Uralba Road. It is a really bad corner and notorious for accidents. The guy who owns the place now has put it there to slow people down whilst approaching the bend. IT IS NOT REAL!!

http://www.nbntv.com.au/index.php/2011/04/12/giant-snake-spotted-in-the-hunter-valley/
it was an interesting photo smile
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#989517 - 14/05/2011 20:25 Re: Nature Photography (((o))) [Re: smiley. c]
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Check out this photo, taken a couple of years ago, on our pool fence. Pity we didn't take a photo of a bull frog eating a baby snake on our deck a year or so earlier, but we were all caught up in the moment, the camera wasn't even thought of.

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#989715 - 15/05/2011 22:40 Re: Nature Photography (((o))) [Re: ol mate]
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Gee , Snail catcher would be a High adrenaline job !!!! lol
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#989716 - 15/05/2011 22:49 Re: Nature Photography (((o))) [Re: S .O.]
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I reckon I've seen a black snake approaching that type of measurements in Central Vic , bit still not that big . Couldn't see its head or tail as it crossed the road ahead of me on a relatively narrow (1.5 cars wide bitumen rd ) [ 4m's ? ] . And it definitely wasn't a python , not as thick .
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#990024 - 17/05/2011 20:30 Re: Nature Photography (((o))) [Re: S .O.]
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Saw this whopper snake this arvo near Ayr...I think it is a python!

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#990089 - 18/05/2011 10:46 Re: Nature Photography (((o))) [Re: Rainrunner]
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Very good RR. Hope you didn't want those kids any more! They look like they'd be a good snack for a python that big !laugh
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#1098064 - 06/04/2012 14:21 Re: Nature Photography (((o))) [Re: Moonstruck]
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Not a particularly good photo, but at least this Taipan is real!!


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#1098212 - 07/04/2012 16:09 Re: Nature Photography (((o))) [Re: Firepac]
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A fine fellow is Dacelo. The Snowy Mountains, NSW.




Young Man Emu, Brindabella Ranges, ACT.




Red Shouldered Wallaby, Southern Blue Mountains, NSW.




Raptor above Kanangra Deep. Southern Blue Mountains.




Warren.
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#1098314 - 08/04/2012 15:45 Re: Nature Photography (((o))) [Re: Wild Wassa]
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Yeah, that huge snake pic looked fake to me, not that I am a snake expert. I saw a huge black snake last year and rang Meredith at our local NPWS. I estimated it was about 7 to 8ft long and Meredith said she had seen them 8ft plus in this area. It wasn't the length alone that was impressive but the thickness of the snake - thicker than my arm. I actually trod on the back of it whilst walking my dog but the snake was more scared than me, it jumped nearly a foot in the air. The dog didn't even respond to it, just looked the other way...
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#1098328 - 08/04/2012 17:49 Re: Nature Photography (((o))) [Re: Blizzard]
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Some really interesting photos in this thread. It looked fake to me too, as Firepac said, you would expect greater curves in the body if it was on the move. While it is sort of on topic, somebody was reported to have been bitten by a king brown the other day I believe. It was actually reported as a "snake attack" which stuck me as a bit of an odd term.

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#1098442 - 09/04/2012 11:33 Re: Nature Photography (((o))) [Re: Wild Wassa]
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Warren...these photos are dream subjects for a realist wildlife illustrator like myself wink
They are exquisite...the detail and composition are stunning.
Well done wink

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#1098728 - 10/04/2012 14:57 Re: Nature Photography (((o))) [Re: duckweather]
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Duckweather, if the images can be of benefit to you, you're most welcome to them. I like photographing their eyes.

An Alpine Dingo, Victorian High Country.




An old Eastern Grey Kangaroo, Naas River Valley below the Clear Range, ACT ... an account, http://www.crazyguyonabike.com/doc/page/?o=1&page_id=186357&v=CE




A lucky unlucky possum, Naas River Valley below the Booth Range, ACT ... an account, http://www.crazyguyonabike.com/doc/page/?o=1&page_id=186873&v=BG



A curious Pied Currawong. Naas River Valley, Mount Yararra, ACT. To me the Currawong's call is the definitive sound in the bush in the ranges, in my neck of the bush.



Warren.


Edited by Wild Wassa (10/04/2012 15:05)
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#1098851 - 10/04/2012 22:55 Re: Nature Photography (((o))) [Re: Wild Wassa]
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Cheers Warren...check you PM.
The eyes have it don't they? They are soulful smile

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#1100561 - 21/04/2012 14:55 Re: Nature Photography (((o))) [Re: duckweather]
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Brown Tree Snake


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#1101832 - 28/04/2012 18:59 Re: Nature Photography (((o))) [Re: Firepac]
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Some lion and tiger vids from Mogo Zoo, if you haven't been there its just a great zoo.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NJPggCSBk44

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GQ2WZRiqAbw

Amazing huge stingray feeding at B.Bayon a jetty:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5AqqiOFthWE
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#1101856 - 28/04/2012 20:54 Re: Nature Photography (((o))) [Re: Firepac]
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Snakes really are beautiful creatures. Don't mind holding them myself.
Held a stunning olive python once - had the most exquisite face.
Terrific clear photo of this lovely one.
Cheers.

Also Blizzard, these creatures are majestic too. The lion looked a bit lonely frown Just needed a cuddle - yeh that would be a great idea on a 'starve' day crazy
Though I cringed a bit when you mentioned the lions have a starve day - don't they need to fed daily? Felt sorry for him.


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#1101900 - 29/04/2012 08:19 Re: Nature Photography (((o))) [Re: duckweather]
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I had a chat to the park workers re the starve day, apparently it keeps them much healthier as its a natural part of their existence. All of the animals looked very healthy at this zoo. Its a pretty big zoo for the amount of animals it has. I have heaps more vids and as time permits I will try and put a few more up.
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#1101927 - 29/04/2012 11:55 Re: Nature Photography (((o))) [Re: Blizzard]
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I know this is not a photograph exactly for this forum section, but it is an image of a tiger I drew some time ago. She is done in pastel.
I'm on the look out at the moment for the odd image/pic which may be used as a subject base for my illustration.
Want to photograph some more subjects myself, but need a better camera. Has anyone got an idea, which I'm sure you have wink of a good camera, but not expensive?
Cheers wink

[img:left] By duckweathervic at 2012-04-28[/img]

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#1101991 - 29/04/2012 21:37 Re: Nature Photography (((o))) [Re: duckweather]
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Here is a few pics I have taken with my new camera.

A couple of the roos who live in the front paddock


A grey afternoon heading home


But the cloud led to some pretty colours later


The last full moon

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#1102055 - 30/04/2012 14:47 Re: Nature Photography (((o))) [Re: Blizzard]
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Originally Posted By: Blizzard
I had a chat to the park workers re the starve day, apparently it keeps them much healthier as its a natural part of their existence. All of the animals looked very healthy at this zoo. Its a pretty big zoo for the amount of animals it has. I have heaps more vids and as time permits I will try and put a few more up.


It more simulates wild conditions where the big cats will generally gorge themselves and then have several days without eating. Their bodies get quite ill if they don't have this seperation as the protein becomes excessive.
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#1102072 - 30/04/2012 17:16 Re: Nature Photography (((o))) [Re: Severely Tall]
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Thanks for the info about the big cats. Interesting and things I was unaware of wink
Cheers

P.s. Those kangaroos are really lovely and the other shots are too wink

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#1102208 - 01/05/2012 14:48 Re: Nature Photography (((o))) [Re: duckweather]
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Originally Posted By: duckweather


P.s. Those kangaroos are really lovely and the other shots are too wink


Thank you. I am not always so fond of our mob of roos. Times like when the BIG bucks come calling after the does and stand up at you when you are trying to work in the paddocks. Nor when they play chicken with you when towing the float. For some reason horses don't like you having to stand on the brakes. It has resulted in a lessening of the roo population before.

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#1102271 - 01/05/2012 21:19 Re: Nature Photography (((o))) [Re: bundybear]
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The roos can be pesky sometimes, I agree.
We had an interesting case, a few hundred metres from here once, when a big roo bounded across one of our main roads and into the passenger seat (through the windscreen) of a very surprised and ultimately freaked out bloke. They are very powerful creatures and such not to be tangled with sometimes crazy

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#1102944 - 06/05/2012 18:59 Re: Nature Photography (((o))) [Re: duckweather]
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Rising full moon over Mt Stuart, Townsville. Picture taken from the driveway of Rotary International House at James Cook University.

https://fbcdn-sphotos-a.akamaihd.net/hph...523307492_o.jpg

Hi Matt, your image was far too large than the limit prescribed in the rules. If you still want to show the full version of any image, just use a link please.
Cheers.


Edited by Greg Sorenson (07/05/2012 00:24)
Edit Reason: Image exceeds max size requirements.
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#1110953 - 23/06/2012 18:58 Re: Nature Photography (((o))) [Re: Firepac]
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Not a particularly good photo, but at least this Taipan is real!!



And you were how close to photograph it??!! I would be crapping myself! I don't mind snakes - even like them I suppose - but I wouldn't want to hang around for a picture of a taipan thats for sure!

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#1111131 - 25/06/2012 08:22 Re: Nature Photography (((o))) [Re: raingauge]
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I was about 2 1/2M away and was lying down at the time which made it more ummmm 'interesting'. grin

It was one that I had previously caught from someone's home (I am a licensed snake catcher) and this was it's release photo.!

NB. Don't try this at home lol

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#1114319 - 12/07/2012 11:40 Re: Nature Photography (((o))) [Re: Firepac]
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#1115034 - 16/07/2012 03:59 Re: Nature Photography (((o))) [Re: mattysmith]
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Here's a couple I took recently. The bugs were on one of my gerberas, taken during a lull in the rain on Saturday, when the sun actually came out for a few minutes, lol! The other was taken at the Slade Point Lookout in Mackay.



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#1226146 - 22/12/2013 15:10 Re: Nature Photography (((o))) [Re: caldera]
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#1226643 - 27/12/2013 17:48 Re: Nature Photography (((o))) [Re: caldera]
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Absolutely amazing Photography!! I really like it.
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#1275353 - 03/09/2014 17:15 Re: Nature Photography (((o))) [Re: caldera]
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#1275379 - 03/09/2014 21:05 Re: Nature Photography (((o))) [Re: caldera]
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Sub Adult Cassowary taken in the Daintree National Park

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#1276760 - 17/09/2014 21:48 Re: Nature Photography (((o))) [Re: caldera]
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Freshwater Crocodile soaking up some sunshine by the road at Fogg Dam NT.


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#1277177 - 21/09/2014 19:20 Re: Nature Photography (((o))) [Re: caldera]
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Chipmunk taken when I was in Canada this year


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#1277582 - 24/09/2014 16:53 Re: Nature Photography (((o))) [Re: caldera]
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Great pictures Orebound and Hurricane.

I couldn't find a crocodile, but here's an Eastern Water Dragon sunning itself on a log by the Lane Cover River near Sydeny earlier today:

Eastern Water Dragn by SteveSeven77, on Flickr

The creature is about 60 to 65 cm long from nose to tail.


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#1282294 - 28/10/2014 19:47 Re: Nature Photography (((o))) [Re: caldera]
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Brown Tree Snake

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#1305967 - 06/02/2015 18:51 Re: Nature Photography (((o))) [Re: caldera]
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So much fun taking photos of insects. Challenging though. Has definitely improved my manual focus skills.














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#1305973 - 06/02/2015 19:06 Re: Nature Photography (((o))) [Re: caldera]
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Not the same one but Spider eventually did get his prize -



Think it might be an Orb spider but not 100% sure...I thought they take their webs down during the day.
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#1311899 - 20/02/2015 16:25 Re: Nature Photography (((o))) [Re: caldera]
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Just a test on a 180 panorama.

Sunrise at Michelago looking South.
Thought this method would be good for storms.

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#1322968 - 01/04/2015 21:07 Re: Nature Photography (((o))) [Re: caldera]
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Sleepy visitor to our yard last week,
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#1324798 - 16/04/2015 07:08 Re: Nature Photography (((o))) [Re: caldera]
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That's a great expression and pose Gus smile

Moth or butterfly? Need to look up the difference -


Unsure of species -


Anyone ever seen or photographed a peacock spider? Only seem to get the drab looking jumping spiders around here it seems.










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#1325078 - 17/04/2015 20:40 Re: Nature Photography (((o))) [Re: caldera]
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Getting some top pics with the new camera Chris, great work and shows the benefits of DSLR cams.
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#1325100 - 17/04/2015 23:56 Re: Nature Photography (((o))) [Re: caldera]
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The Monarch Butterfly's wing, in my DA gallery ... http://wildwassa.deviantart.com/art/The-Butterfly-Wing-94819653

... and an Australian Alpine Dingo also in my DA gallery ... http://wildwassa.deviantart.com/art/Australian-Alpine-Dingo-93018551

Some viewers, when I first posted this image on my DA site thought that the dog wasn't an Australian Alpine Dingo. I took the photo and other shots to Taronga Park Zoo, after a suggestion from a Kosciusko National Park Ranger and the experts at the zoo confirmed that it was an Australian Alpine Dingo.

Warren.


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#1326383 - 24/04/2015 22:02 Re: Nature Photography (((o))) [Re: caldera]
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Great pics wassa, re the Dingo -

I'd be fairly sure the material round his cheeks is from rolling in something that smells just wonderful to him, but terrible to us.

Probably a rotted carcass of an animal.

I'd also like to mention the prevalence of dingos in Vic Alpine area, plenty of them and in a naturally occurring variety of colours.
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#1326416 - 25/04/2015 09:58 Re: Nature Photography (((o))) [Re: caldera]
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samboz, G'day and thank you. The shot of the Dingo was taken in the Victorian ranges about 25 klicks from Mansfield. I can't remember the name of the mountain ... possibly Little Gin Gin or The Bluff.

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#1326511 - 25/04/2015 18:37 Re: Nature Photography (((o))) [Re: caldera]
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#1328586 - 10/05/2015 20:11 Re: Nature Photography (((o))) [Re: caldera]
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An old Eastern Grey that followed me around for several days, when I spent time in the Naas River Valley. She may have been an injured Roo that was in foster care and used to humans.




A possum that I came across caught in a trap set for feral dogs. When she was released she appeared to be unharmed ... and scooted straight up the closest tree.




The wildlife can be some-what brutishly treated ... in my neck of the bush. And, the ferals are treated even worse.








... and not all encounters are pretty either. A dribbling cow.




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#1330017 - 24/05/2015 20:30 Re: Nature Photography (((o))) [Re: caldera]
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Just got my first macro lens. 100mm canon usm. Man the tiny depth of feild isan incredible challenge to work with. Looking forward to mastering it.

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#1330072 - 25/05/2015 17:34 Re: Nature Photography (((o))) [Re: caldera]
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Macro photography certainly has its own set of challenges not least of which is depth of field. I think it took me just 4 weeks of getting my macro to invest in a macro slide rail and 2 remote trigger for my flashes.

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#1330367 - 29/05/2015 15:28 Re: Nature Photography (((o))) [Re: caldera]
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Ok. Here is my first real attempt with the new lens. Not perfect but not bad for a first go. Bloody difficult in slightly windy conditions.
Peacock (jumping Spider). Don't know the species.
[img:center][/img]

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#1342473 - 01/10/2015 01:46 Re: Nature Photography (((o))) [Re: Firepac]
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Originally Posted By: Firepac
Macro photography certainly has its own set of challenges not least of which is depth of field. I think it took me just 4 weeks of getting my macro to invest in a macro slide rail and 2 remote trigger for my flashes.


So addictive though!

I'm still doing it on the extreme cheap. Lens reversing lol
Shopping list is -

One of the canon macro lenses.
Slide rail
Flash

Probably get stuck into that list this christmas if the minister for finance sees it fit poke

Nice work Brett! Were you spending time looking for one of those or was it just a coincidence? Jumping spiders seem to have a bunch of personality (for a spider) Never realized they were the biggest group of spiders until I started to spend more time looking at the macro world.
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#1342540 - 01/10/2015 16:40 Re: Nature Photography (((o))) [Re: caldera]
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Hey chris. To be honest most of the jumping spiders i find in the garden. They are actually quite easy to find, you just have to really look. I tend to jist pick a bush and stare and i will generally see one in under 5 min. Definitely the most personality filled spider. Almost custom made for macro.

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#1342555 - 01/10/2015 20:45 Re: Nature Photography (((o))) [Re: caldera]
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Here's another macro shot. Love the detail these lenses can render.
[img:left][/img]

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#1342973 - 05/10/2015 23:55 Re: Nature Photography (((o))) [Re: caldera]
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I got nothing on you guys, but I'll put a couple up anyway smile

Pademelon:


Inquisitive possum:


Some of the amazing, enchating forest in the Cradle Mt area:
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#1343241 - 08/10/2015 16:44 Re: Nature Photography (((o))) [Re: caldera]
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Ron - please excuse my fiddling with your photo. Pretty sure I know where you took this, probably downstream of the LODGE towards the nice big waterfall, either that or near WALDHEIM.

I also know that the forest there ALWAYS fools the camera into colour deviation and tries to make it too light.

Please excuse the meddling but I though you might like to have it looking more like you memory would expect.

By the way if you'd like to know what I did to it, PM me any time, I've put a lot of time into helping friends improve the camera fooled photos. smile

This version is not perfect either but it perhaps conveys more of the richness of colour LET ALONE THE TANGLED CONVOLUTED SHAPES IN THERE, THE SHEER "BUSY NESS" OF THE PLACE. smile

Hope I've not annoyed you by playing. confused


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#1343278 - 08/10/2015 23:08 Re: Nature Photography (((o))) [Re: caldera]
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Not a problem Dave, I put it on a public forum wink Not a bad job too. Yep, near the falls, where it must have been 1 or 2c and we encountered a snow shower or two smile
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#1343298 - 09/10/2015 09:30 Re: Nature Photography (((o))) [Re: caldera]
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Yes I absolutely love the Cradle area. Nice shot of yours in another topic line of Suicide Rock and Cradle too. smile

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#1343451 - 10/10/2015 15:21 Re: Nature Photography (((o))) [Re: caldera]
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Have been up at Cape Trib last, two days, may be back there Monday, will try and get time to take a shot for you Dave if you haven't been up this way.
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#1344022 - 15/10/2015 21:46 Re: Nature Photography (((o))) [Re: caldera]
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some nice photos here Brett that's stunning macro of the eye awesome. did you use flash or another light source?

Chris pretty cool bee shots im waiting to test my new lens later when get a lot of bees about soon.. not many out yet..


Female Satin bowerbird
Satin bowerbird by pero belobrajdic, on Flickr

small world
Small world by pero belobrajdic, on Flickr

Friend of the garden eastern water dragon
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#1344051 - 16/10/2015 09:50 Re: Nature Photography (((o))) [Re: caldera]
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Hey Poida. I got super lazy and just used the pop up flash for light. Usually i pop a tissue over it as a diffuser but didn't even have one of them available at the time. It gave a bit of a catchlight though which was ok despite it being a bit harsh.

Ps. I like that bowerbird shot too.


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#1344343 - 20/10/2015 10:49 Re: Nature Photography (((o))) [Re: caldera]
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Ron- I've once been on the Bloomfield track from Daintree to Cooktown and looked at Cape Trib from a lookout to the north. But only really passing through. Look forward to your photos. smile

I really enjoyed a dip in the freezing water of Woobadda Ck up in the hills - very slippery rocks in there too!!

I was astonished at how cold the stream waters could be up in that region!! grin

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#1344436 - 20/10/2015 22:14 Re: Nature Photography (((o))) [Re: caldera]
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Didn't get much of a chance Dave sorry, this is about it really. Unedited again:

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#1344624 - 22/10/2015 16:57 Re: Nature Photography (((o))) [Re: caldera]
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Nice Ron - doesn't need editing!! smile

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#1344662 - 22/10/2015 21:38 Re: Nature Photography (((o))) [Re: Brett Guy]
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Originally Posted By: Brett Guy
Ok. Here is my first real attempt with the new lens. Not perfect but not bad for a first go. Bloody difficult in slightly windy conditions.
Peacock (jumping Spider). Don't know the species.
[img:center][/img]



Nearest I can find Brett is COSMOPHASIS MICARIODES (Female) False Sparkling Jumper known in Cattana Wetlands, NthQLD. About 6mm

http://etiennelittlefair.photoshelter.com/image/I0000aYQ.v5I9mSY

https://www.flickr.com/photos/etiennelfr/17477204309

Brilliant little critters the jumping spiders, seen them jumping about 50mm here (Vic) from leaf/stick etc on the ground litter, very quick for size. Not as brightly coloured as yr northern specimens.

Terrific pics !
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#1345377 - 28/10/2015 18:12 Re: Nature Photography (((o))) [Re: caldera]
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A chestnut Brumby ... near Kiandra on the Frost Plains of the North, the Australian Alps, NSW.




Larrys Ridge Brumbies ... near Mount Selwyn, the Australian Alps, NSW.




Dingo pup ... the Buffalo Ranges, the Australian Alps, Victoria.




The Buffalo Ranges, the Australian Alps, Victoria.




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#1345396 - 28/10/2015 19:16 Re: Nature Photography (((o))) [Re: samboz]
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Originally Posted By: samboz
Originally Posted By: Brett Guy
Ok. Here is my first real attempt with the new lens. Not perfect but not bad for a first go. Bloody difficult in slightly windy conditions.
Peacock (jumping Spider). Don't know the species.
[img:center][/img]



Nearest I can find Brett is COSMOPHASIS MICARIODES (Female) False Sparkling Jumper known in Cattana Wetlands, NthQLD. About 6mm

http://etiennelittlefair.photoshelter.com/image/I0000aYQ.v5I9mSY

https://www.flickr.com/photos/etiennelfr/17477204309

Brilliant little critters the jumping spiders, seen them jumping about 50mm here (Vic) from leaf/stick etc on the ground litter, very quick for size. Not as brightly coloured as yr northern specimens.

Terrific pics !









Thanks mate. I have a few now. They are brilliant subjects for macro. And quite common really.

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#1345742 - 01/11/2015 00:55 Re: Nature Photography (((o))) [Re: caldera]
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A Brolga and a Musk Duck during a mating display on the ponds of the Tidbinbilla River, ACT.









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#1366459 - 19/02/2016 21:37 Re: Nature Photography (((o))) [Re: caldera]
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What to do when you are stuck at home with only half an hour to spare? Whack on the macro and head into the backyard. [img:center][/img]


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