Time Lapse and some video shots Quick overview Lionel find occupation during the Time Lapse by drawing aboriginal shapes on the sand Just the once will not hurt… My camera (was protected under plastic bag), after 3h of Time Lapse in a sandstorm
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This kind of spider is very easy to find at night. The method —given by our friends Yannick— is easy and really effective. At night, place your headlamp and turn it on. Then just walk around turning your head here and there and as soon as a bright spot appears on the ground, you can […]
The Blue-faced Honeyeater (Entomyzon cyanotis), also colloquially known as the Bananabird, is a passerine bird of the Honeyeater family Meliphagidae.
Here is the small team of our previous trip to Australia. Small, but the most wonderful, with Lionel and Yannick, friends that should all just be my brothers. Starting from the bottom, left to right: Yannick, Marion, Lionel and me.
End of a day's drive and arrived in Kakadu National Park for the night. Marion took this great shot at 24 mm of the sunset that ignites the trees, and I followed his lead on the next shot, but with a telephoto lens @ 400 mm (640 mm equiv.)
Please don't tell me the focus is not on the eye ^^ The picture have been taken at 400 mm on 7D (equiv. 640 mm), handheld 2 m away…
Also known as: Rose-breasted Cockatoo / Galah Cockatoo / Roseate Cockatoo / Pink and Grey