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Post Info TOPIC: Random Images From Our Travels - Part 4


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Random Images From Our Travels - Part 4

We haven't posted in this section for a while. Here are some more images taken by both of us on our travels.MM4 (1024x682).jpg

Major Mitchell's ****atoo Pine Plains Victorian Mallee.

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Sunset Patchewollock NW Victoria. No color enhancement.

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Desert Banksia Ngarkat Conservation Park SA.

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Pied Oystercatcher Lake Tyers East Gippsland Victoria.

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Spider Limestone Coast SA.

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Red-winged Parrot Lara Station wetlands Outback QLD.

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Azure Kingfisher Boydtown Sth Coast NSW.

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White-faced Heron Waratah Bay Sth Gippsland Victoria.

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Goanna Warby Ranges National Park NE Victoria.

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You Can't See Me, Tawny Frogmouth near Charleville QLD.

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Eastern Yellow Robin Byfield National Park rain-forest Capricorn Coast QLD.

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Early morning Spotted Gum forest Bournda National Park Sth Coast NSW.


Thanks for viewing.

Cheers Keith & Judy












-- Edited by Desert Dweller on Friday 6th of April 2018 03:23:08 PM


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Another great collection, thanks DD.

My favourite in this group is the owl..



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Great as always the Sunset Patchewollock one is a definite winner.


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They're all great, but like Geof the owl was so interesting the way it matched the tree.  No wonder we rarely can see them.




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Amazing camouflage on the Tawny Frogmouth.



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Fantastic photo's and I too like the Tawny Frogmouth. We have been blessed to see some in Mt Carbine and Bramwell Junction Roadhouse campground on our recent trip to Cape York. They fascinate me no end, particularly their ability to blend into their environment!


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