Too hot to work at home.

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Reflex
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Too hot to work at home.

I was going to spend to-day working at home, in the yard but I convinced myself that it was going to be way too hot to do that.

I awoke at 05:00 and after a quick shower, jumped into the car and headed off to Bribie Island. About 67 kilometres North from Brisbane.

Kakadu Beach is a great spot for photography, (You just need to avoid all the people who want to talk to you about your camera or lens. Believe me there is nothing in it for you (easily recognised. They usually have small manicured dogs with them and carry folded plastic bags but wouldn't know the difference between a Brown Honeyeater or a White-Cheeked Honeyeater). Avoid them at all costs.

White-Cheeked Honeyeater.

Beach Stone-Curlew.

Eastern Curlew.

alcatraz
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Time well spent Reflex. Beautiful shots!  They would all be new to me. Cheers Murray

laza
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Lovely shots Reflex especially like that second Stone-Curlew photo. Another new bird for me

Dont take life too seriously, it never ends well

HelloBirdy
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Great set Reflex. That Beach Stone-curlew is looking like it might doze off at any moment and fall over!

Ryu
Canberra
Aiming for DSLR-quality shots with a bridge camera

oconnore51
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Beautiful photos, yes fantastic expression on the Beach Stone-curlew.

elizabeth

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Great photos .. brilliant of the WC honeyeater. 

rawshorty
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Great shots, Reflex. A good day birding beats a bad day mowing :)

Shorty......Canon gear

Canberra

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dwatsonbb
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I reckon a bad day birding beats a good day mowing, either way nice photos. Oh you can also replace the birding with fishing!

Dale Huonville, Tasmania

Reflex
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I think the Beach Stone Curlew had some fishing line around his neck. The neck feathers didn't sit properly although he was quite alert.

Samford Valley Qld.

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