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Male LyreBird 84


Male LyreBird 84
Photo Information
Copyright: Lindsay Cooke (cookie10) Silver Star Critiquer/Silver Workshop Editor/Silver Note Writer [C: 19 W: 0 N: 44] (492)
Genre: Animals
Medium: Color
Date Taken: 2009-03-19
Categories: Birds
Camera: Canon EOS 1D Mark 111, Canon EF 500 f/4 L IS USM
Exposure: f/4.5, 1/60 seconds
Photo Version: Original Version
Date Submitted: 2009-03-25 4:11
Viewed: 6649
Points: 2
[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note
Morwell National Park on the edge of the Strezlecki Ranges survived the recent bushfires. A fortunate wind change during that extreme event early February allows these beautiful unique birds to prosper.

Late in the afternoon (17:24) in dense forest the light is almost gone when this male lyrebird popped up onto a fallen tree and preened for me. The ISO was 3200 and the shutter speed just enough for a clear image of sorts. Lightened via levels and sharpened in photoshop.

For those who may be concerned Tara Bulga National Park also survived. So Myrtle Beech and Sassafrass already hundreds of years old remain, hopefully for the next generation to enjoy.


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good morning Lindsay,
i think it is very difficult to take a good shot of the lyrebird when it is not dancing. You show us some beautiful details of the bird in a nice pose and the colours are good. A pitty you could not have the entire bird on your foto. I remember that the singing of these birds is ear-tearing loud!
regards
Pierre

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