: : wildlife photography through the lens of an animator : :

Wednesday, December 31, 2008

Big sandwich

Scarlet Robin, Tasmania
click on a photo to view hi-res image :: click on a label to open all related posts

640px

Since 1 Nov 2008 all the thumbnails are 640 (instead of 400) pixels wide. The high resolution images are still 1024px.

Edit [30 Jan 2012] I have just updated all old posts. I had to go through the code to fix a new issue with the high res photos which was caused by Google. As I did this I also made all old posts thumbs 640px.

Saturday, December 13, 2008

Duckography

Mallards, Tasmania
click on a photo to view hi-res image :: click on a label to open all related posts

Flapwings

Masked Lapwing in flight, Tasmania
click on a photo to view hi-res image :: click on a label to open all related posts

Baby Blackbird

Female Blackbird feeding her young, Tasmania
click on a photo to view hi-res image :: click on a label to open all related posts

Duckography

Pacific Black Ducks (top and middle) and a Mallard landing
click on a photo to view hi-res image :: click on a label to open all related posts

Tuesday, December 9, 2008

Rave -N-

Forest Raven, Tasmania
click on a photo to view hi-res image :: click on a label to open all related posts

A free trip to New Holland (meal included) II

New Holland Honeyeater, Tasmania
click on a photo to view hi-res image :: click on a label to open all related posts

Pacific Black Splash

And three pictures that deserve their own posts and labels...
Pacific Black Duck, Tasmania
click on a photo to view hi-res image :: click on a label to open all related posts

On the way back from work

Well... I decided to post some photos to keep the blog alive and put the camera in my backpack yesterday. On the way back from work I took some pics of suburban birds and here they are:
above: Cute juvenile Blackbird,
an adult male Blackbird. I wonder whether he was the kid's parent as it was squeaking and begging for food from him;
a Welcome Swallow, resting just for a second,
a Galah. (This photo is actually several weeks old now.)
and a Brush Wattlebird.
click on a photo to view hi-res image :: click on a label to open all related posts