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Old Jan 26, 2014, 3:51 PM   #1
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A couple of images of Aussie Galahs - from a group of maybe 50 birds feeding on grass seeds out in the paddock.

1- Look out below - comin' in fer a landin....

Exif = Fuji X-s1; 1/1000s x f5,6; 360mm [ff equiv]; iso-360


2- Get outta me way ...

Exif = Fuji X-s1; 1/1000s x f5,6; 360mm [ff equiv]; iso-360

As well as the Galahs, note the startled Grass Parrot exiting the scene from the bottom right!

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Old Jan 27, 2014, 9:49 AM   #2
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re: 1/1000 360 equiv


my KM-7D w/500mm
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new birds and great shot pal!!
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G'day Phil,

when I saw the title I thought you had got a rare shot of the elusive Drop Bear.

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The ones on the ground look like they are being attacked.
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G'day all

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G'day Phil,
When I saw the title I thought you had got a rare shot of the elusive Drop Bear. Mike
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The ones on the ground look like they are being attacked.
Thanks fellas for your thoughts
With any multi-landing activities there always is some spluttering on the ground as others make way - I'm sure you've seen it many times before

The one that I didn't see while shooting was the grass parrot [at bottom right] that took off like a startled rabbit

otherwise 'all-good'

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