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Tawny Frogmouth


Tawny Frogmouth
Photo Information
Copyright: Steve Broadley (steveb12) (88)
Genre: Animals
Medium: Color
Date Taken: 2004
Categories: Birds
Camera: Canon 550D, canon 35-80, Digital, Hoya skylight (1B)
Exposure: f/3.5, 1/40 seconds
Photo Version: Original Version
Theme(s): Frogmouths [view contributor(s)]
Date Submitted: 2005-01-23 15:57
Viewed: 11762
Points: 15
[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note
This Bird Is A Member Of The Nightjar Family, They Eat, Small Animals.Mainly nocturnal.Found All Over Of Australia,In Forrested Areas.
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This is nice subject, at first I thought it was a snake eating a small bird. Cute little thing.
Well captured.

Looks like a very young bird, perhaps wounded, because IMO, it's not easy to get so close, and remaining on the ground is not common. Nevertheless, it's a good catch, but more details about it's finding would be interesting.

Vraiment surprenant cette oiseau. On dirait un oiseau camélion. Il a la couleurs de l'écorse d'un arbre. Les couleurs et la nétteté parfaite. Photo imprésionnante et original. Félicitations !

Steve, Really like this strange looking little guy.. Weird expression I see. Maybe not too happy to see you? Anyway, very nice detail in this head-on, head shot! TFS

Nice shot, great camouflage.
Well done.
TFS.

HI Steve.I liked your cockatoos and had to come see what else you'd done.
This ones a cracker too.I've never heard of this before.It looks a bit like a hawk,but also almost a kind of emu-faced look.
A great find and capture.
Well done.

Hi Steve
Very good but appaling :)

nice portrait, TFS Ori

Nice shot. Good pov and sharpness. The glistening eyes look lively.

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