Australian Animals
Australian Birds
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Why this site??

Some background for those who may have stumbled across this site.
The author is a babyboomer with a longtime interest in photography, wildlife and a dabbler in computing.
My first digital camera was a Nikon coolpix 880 aquired in August 2000. The Konica-Minolta 5D SLR with the 18 to 70mm and 75 to 300mm lens kit purchased October 2005 was the first DSLR and took the hobby to a new plane.
In October 2006 the addition of a Sigma 50- 500mm lens opened even more horizons.
The proximity of Braeside Park in Melbourne's South East, makes photography in the park the most popular for this site.
Other gear added;
Sigma 17-70mm lens October 2007
Sony Alpha 700 body Jan 2008
Tamron SP 180mm Di IF F3.5 macro added Feb 2009
Sony A99 and SAL2470CZ added Jan 2013

There are intended to be three areas on this site...
1. Photographs of wildlife taken in Braeside Park.
2. Photographs of Australian animals, reptiles and birds taken outside the confines of Braeside.
3. Playpens of photographs




This site is continuously under construction.
I am continually adding images and experimenting with different methods of display. I would appreciate any comments you may have on the alternatives.

The images and links are becoming numerous so, for previous visitors wondering what has changed....

The 2014 additions are listed below (recent to oldest) - {last updated .....Oct 18th 2014}

New image of Osprey added Oct 18th to AUSTRALIAN BIRDS
New image of Gouldian Finch added Sept 27th to AUSTRALIAN BIRDS
New image of Orange-bellied Parrot added Sept 26th to AUSTRALIAN BIRDS
New bird The Regent Honeyeater added Sept 25th to AUSTRALIAN BIRDS.
New bird The Emerald Dove added Sept 20th to AUSTRALIAN BIRDS.
After 18 months idle I have added a new image of the Bell miner Sept 11th 2014

If you would like to make a comment please e-mail me.

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I am trialling a new feature of linking a Google web album
click below to transfer to the web album for a slide show of some of the images on this site.
When finished with the sideshow the caption below the image of this page (last image in the slidshow) to return to this page.....
If anyone has time I would appreciate feedback on this link....
Australian Birds

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