The Australian pelican (Pelecanus conspicillatus) is a large waterbird of the family Pelecanidae, widespread on the inland and coastal waters of Australia and New Guinea, also in Fiji, parts of Indonesia and as a vagrant in New Zealand. It is a predominantly white bird with black wings and a pink bill. It has been recorded as having the longest bill of any living bird. It mainly eats fish, but will also consume birds and scavenges for scraps.
This photo was taken from the bridge crossing the Archer river at the Archer River Roadhouse.
A photo taken at Cape York, processed amongst others with the new Topaz Effects 2 to create this dreamy look of a person sitting on the beach alone.