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40-150mm PRO + MC20 at 300mm
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Brown pelican.

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Little newt I came across hiking in NH.
 
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Longbilled Corella.

Frustratingly, I got a photo of its mate flying off but missed focussed (below) :doh:


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Longbilled Corella.

Frustratingly, I got a photo of its mate flying off but missed focussed (below) :doh:
Correllas are everywhere even down here in Melbourne, huge flocks of them and as noisy as ..... Just go back to where you saw them as they tend to return to the same area as long as there is still food around and I'm sure that you'll get a pic of them. Local oval has them there every morning. Bit like seagulls, the flock flys away when someone approaches then returns once they have walked past.
 
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Correllas are everywhere even down here in Melbourne, huge flocks of them and as noisy as ..... Just go back to where you saw them as they tend to return to the same area as long as there is still food around and I'm sure that you'll get a pic of them. Local oval has them there every morning. Bit like seagulls, the flock flys away when someone approaches then returns once they have walked past.
My backyard, they tend to come and go, it's a matter of if I hear them and if I'm not doing anything urgent for work.
 

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Half moon over northern Thailand last night

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