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Crimson Rosella
Lens: DA*300 f4 Camera: K200D Photo Location: Canberra, Australia ISO: 100 Shutter Speed: 1/50s Aperture: F4 
Posted By: RobG, 02-10-2018, 01:49 AM


Crimson Rosella
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02-10-2018, 02:09 AM   #2
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A lovely capture mate.
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A lovely capture mate.
Thank you!
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You've just showed why this lens is so great...well done RobG.

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You've just showed why this lens is so great...well done RobG.
Thanks! It's a magic piece of glass!
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Beautiful shot.
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Great photo really has a nice look.
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What a wonderful image Rob, thanks for posting it.

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That bird is eating your lovely pink blooms! Seriously, really nice photo.
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Great complimentary colours.
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Beautiful Love the colours !!
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Nice shot!
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Beautiful shot.
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Great photo really has a nice look.
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What a wonderful image Rob, thanks for posting it.
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That bird is eating your lovely pink blooms! Seriously, really nice photo.
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Great complimentary colours.
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Beautiful Love the colours !!
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Nice shot!
Thank you everyone! I think it's my best photo of a bird in the backyard.
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These were always call as kid that Mountain Lowry for round the Cranky Corner/Hunter Valley. Great photos. cheers
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These were always call as kid that Mountain Lowry for round the Cranky Corner/Hunter Valley. Great photos. cheers
Thank you! I hadn't heard that name, but I see now that it's popular in some areas and was as early name for it. I wonder if the similar Lorikeet came from a combination of Lowry and Parakeet? Actually I think Bernard O'Reilly might have referred to the name Lowry in his tale about his youth in the Blue Mountains.
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