Monthly Archive for March, 2009

Decisions, decisions.

Occasionally when mothing, a Praying Mantis flies in to join the party and it’s comical to watch. It can only be described as akin to a small boy in a well stocked lolly shop. The sheet is always covered with small moths as well as a multitude of other small insects, and the mantis walks […]

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Cracticus torquatus.

There’s a Grey Butcherbird feeding in the garden, get the camera and start stalking. There it goes on to a fence post, keep hidden behind the ironbark and move closer, gradually ease out and focus, darn, right into the light, ease back and dial in +1 stop exposure compensation. Ease out again, it’s still there, […]

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