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In 2012, while holidaying with friends in New South Wales, I took my first photograph of an Australian bird: a male Superb Fairy-wren. The camera and lens: an entry-level Nikon D3100 and a kit 55-300mm Nikkor zoom lens. The resulting photograph was pretty terrible but I was well and truly hooked and I haven’t looked back.
I now use much better gear but the excitement of that first photographic encounter with Australia’s birdlife remains a vivid memory.
Bird and wildlife photography will certainly get you out of the house. It often means rising well before dawn. It can also mean long hours of lying on mudflats, wading through swamps, sitting in a cramped hide while staking out a perch or travelling to remote spots in search of one species or another. There is always something new to learn and that is part of the fun.
Please note that all my images are copyright-protected and may not be downloaded, copied or used in any way without my written permission.
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