Pic of the Day – Lone Tree
Norval Park - Lone tree

Pic of the Day – Lone Tree

While camping at Norval Park campground I took the opportunity to get up early and have a go at some early sunrise photography. The weather was not particularly co-operative with…

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Pic of the Day – On the beach
Byfield National Park - 5 Rocks Beach

Pic of the Day – On the beach

This trip was a long time coming. Towards the end of our holiday, we met up with some friends, so we can go in a group to the beach, you…

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Pic of the Day – Lest we Forget
Emu Park - Anzac

Pic of the Day – Lest we Forget

Took a drive around Yeppoon and then on to Emu Park today. Very much a holiday destination with an idealist coastline, excellent climate, what more could you ask? How about…

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Pic of the Day – Sunrise
Woodgate Beach sunrise

Pic of the Day – Sunrise

In what seems like forever I have managed to get out at sunrise and do a photo shoot. It felt good to get back to what started getting me into…

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Pic of the Day – Forest kingfisher
Forest kingfisher at Eagleby Wetlands

Pic of the Day – Forest kingfisher

Another birding day today. I am pleased to add to my collection this bird which has lovely colors. My collection stands at 25. The forest kingfisher (Todiramphus macleayii), also known as the Macleay's or blue…

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Pic of the Day – Brahminy kite
Brahminy kite at Oxley Creek Common.

Pic of the Day – Brahminy kite

Morning walk at Oxley Creek Common, not much in the way of bird activity, but did manage to capture a new bird for my collection. The brahminy kite (Haliastur indus), formerly known…

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Olive-Backed Oriole
Olive-Backed Oriole

Olive-Backed Oriole

It's been a while since I have gotten active with my camera. Now that the home reno is done, Covid and the lockdowns are hopefully going away I'll be able…

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Pic of the Day – Urangan Pier
Urangan Pier

Pic of the Day – Urangan Pier

A holiday snapshot from Urangan Pier, Hervey Bay. A popular fishing and tourist spot, at about 1.2km long it seemed to go on forever. Since the tide goes out a…

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