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A house along Leura Mall, Leura.
Near the corner of Malvern Road.
The Blue Mountains.
100kms west of Sydney.

My Canon EOS 5D Mk IV with the Canon EF 24-105mm f 4/L lens.

Processed in Adobe Lightroom and PhotoPad Pro by NCH software.

Tags:   Leura Leura Mall Malvern Road Blue Mountains

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The Captain Cook Bridge.
Georges River.
Taren Point, southern Sydney.

Photographed from Riverside Drive.
Sandringham Beach, Sans Souci.

Photographed yesterday, Thursday 2nd December, 2021.
Summer has arrived in Sydney.

My Samsung Galaxy S20+ mobile phone camera.

Processed in Adobe Lightroom and PhotoPad Pro by NCH software.

Tags:   bridge river Georges River Sydney southern Sydney Captain Cook Bridge Taren Point Sandringham Sandringham Beach Sans Souci St George area

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Yes, seems like the starlings are back on the scene again, much to my delight, I'd missed them !

Thin Lizzy - "The Boys Are Back In Town"

Listen :- ♫ Thin Lizzy - The Boys Are Back In Town

Any awards, comments or faves will, as always, be truly appreciated.
Many thanks

© 2021 Mick Herbert. All rights reserved.

Tags:   starling bird texture SPE Topaz music

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Mallard duck @ Bradgate Park, Leics.

Any awards, comments or faves will, as always, be truly appreciated.
Many thanks

© 2021 Mick Herbert. All rights reserved.

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Ostriches are flightless birds found only in open country in Africa. The largest living birds, adult males may be 2.75 meters (about 9 feet) tall—almost half of that height being in the neck—and weigh more than 150 kilograms (330 pounds). Ostriches are seen individually, in pairs, in small flocks, or in large aggregations, depending on the season. The ostrich relies on its strong legs—uniquely two-toed, with the main toe developed almost as a hoof—to escape its enemies, chiefly humans and the larger carnivores. A frightened ostrich can achieve a speed of 72.5 kilometers (45 miles) per hour.

If cornered, it can deliver dangerous kicks capable of killing lions and other large predators. Deaths from kicks and slashes are rare, with most attacks resulting from humans provoking the birds.

Rietvlei Nature Reserve
Gauteng Province
South Africa

Tags:   Ostrich Volstruis Johann de Jager EF70-300mm f/4-5.6 IS USM Canon EOS 5D Mark IV Make me smile! :-) Under the African Sky Bird Common ostrich Struthio camelus Struthioniformes


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