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  • Praying Mantis

    The praying mantis is named for its prominent front legs, which are bent and held together at an angle that suggests the position of prayer.

  • Drone Sunset

    This is the first photo I'm posting - taken with my Mavic Mini drone - of last night's sunset over Ararat and Mount Langi Ghiran.

  • Drone Sunset

    Another photo taken with my Mavic Mini drone. This is looking at One Tree Hill

  • Black House Spider

    A beautiful spider on the wall of our house. I think it's a black house spider.

  • Warrnambool Racing

    I'm trying to get some practice under the belt with my Nikon 200-500mm lens. This beautiful horse was one of the many racing at Warrnambool on New Year's Eve.

  • At The Races

    Trying to get some practice under the belt with my Nikon 200-500mm lens

  • The Bungle Bungle

    A panorama of a part of the beautiful Bungle Bungle

  • Galahs

    Two beautiful galahs having a feed.

  • Huntsman Spider

    A beautiful huntsman sitting on our window.

  • Taking off...

    Cockatoo taking off.

  • The Otways

    This is a photo I took when we camped in the Otways a while back now. Such a beautiful place.

  • Corella

    A corella flying past.

  • Falcon

    This is a brown falcon (I think). Photo taken with my Nikon D500 and 200-500mm lens.

  • Sunrise at Picnic Road

    A beautiful sunrise this morning in Ararat. This photo was taken with my iPhone and the panorama created in Lightroom.

  • Tunnel Creek

    I saw beautiful photos of Tunnel Creek lately, so I thought I'll see what else I haven't processed yet. This photo was mostly processed in the new On1 Raw 2020.

  • Lake Eyre

    Another view of beautiful Lake Eyre and the amazing colours of the Outback. This was taken with my Nikon D500 and 200 - 500mm lens.

  • Sunrise at William Creek

    A lovely sunrise at William Creek. This is a HDR photo taken with my Nikon D500 and 10-24mm lens.

  • Sunrise at William Creek

    Another lovely sunrise at William Creek. Thisis a HDR photo processed mainly in the new On1 2020 beta.

  • Early Morning at William Creek

    Sunrise at William Creek as the planes are taking off to visit Lake Eyre

  • Hawk

    This is a hawk (or falcon), the photo taken at Innamincka with my Nikon D500 and 200-500mm lens.

  • Lunar Eclipse at Innamincka

    While camping at Innamincka, this partial lunar eclipse happened. The next total lunar eclipse will only be in 2021. The photos of the moon were taken with my Nikon D500 and 200-500mm lens, and the foreground photo was taken with my 10-24mm lens. Please view large!

  • The Painted Hills

    Looking at this photo I can see why these hills are called "painted". This really looks like a painting to me. This photo was taken with my Nikon D7200 and 18-300mm lens.

  • The Painted Hills

    This year, for the first time ever, Wrights Air lands at the Painted Hills. This day had some unusual cloud formations, that made a spectacular place even more so. This is a HDR photo, shot with my Nikon D500 and 10-24mm lens.

  • Sunset at William Creek

    A lovely sunset at William Creek. It is extremely dry there, and not often that one sees clouds around. is extremely dry there, and not often that one sees clouds around.

  • Flight from William Creek

    A beautiful sunrise as one of Wrights Air planes takes off for a flight over Lake Eyre

  • The Painted Hills

    I must confess, I think this was the highlight of the Lake Eyre area for me. The Anna Creek Painted Hills, previously called the Secret Painted Hills, are a spectacular and recently discovered section of the pristine Breakaways country in the far north of South Australia. Anna Creek Painted Hills is a rocky outcrop of large and small hills, which emerge suddenly out of a flat, desert landscape. The hills are approximately 20 kilometres x 18 kilometres in size. It is believed that the Anna Creek Painted Hills are the leftover effects of 50 million years of climate change, with the climate going from glacial to wet and semi-tropical over million of years. The changing colours of the hills are believed to be a result of oxidisation. The deep red is due to the oxidation of iron in the rocks, while the white sections are where iron has leached away.

  • Salt Patterns

    The amazing patterns of the salt lake next to the water in Lake Eyre

  • Lake Eyre

    Another photo of Lake Eyre taking from the plane as we flew over it. This photo was taken with m Nikon D7200 and 18-300mm lens

  • Lake Eyre

    This is a photo taken of Lake Eyre during an early morning flight by my son, Sean Roos. This was taken with a Nikon D7200 and 18-300mm lens

  • Sunrise over Lake Eyre

    My son and daughter also flew over Lake Eyre. Their flight was early one morning, with a stunning sunrise

  • Silverband Falls

    This photo was taken yesterday, when it was very cold, rainy and even snowing in the Grampians. The Silverband Falls are waterfalls located in the Grampians National Park, in western Victoria, Australia. Fed by Dairy Creek, the horsetail falls are characterised by a narrow band of water that tumbles over a small rock face and then disappears into a rocky base. The creek re-emerges some 50 metres west of the falls. Early European visitors to the falls named it Silverband because of its narrow stream of water.

  • The Painted Hills

    The Anna Creek Painted Hills, previously called the Secret Painted Hills, are a spectacular and recently discovered section of the pristine Breakaways country in the far north of South Australia. Anna Creek Painted Hills is a rocky outcrop of large and small hills, which emerge suddenly out of a flat, desert landscape. The hills are approximately 20 kilometres x 18 kilometres in size. It is believed that the Anna Creek Painted Hills are the leftover effects of 50 million years of climate change, with the climate going from glacial to wet and semi-tropical over million of years.

  • little Critter

    We found this little critter when we landed at the Painted Hills on Anna Creek Station. It couldn't have beem much bigger than about 10cm. I don't know what it is, but it looks a bit like a gecko. It is again amazing to see how well camouflaged it is.

  • Australian Feral Camel

    There are an estimated 300 000 feral camels in Australia, doing enormous damage to the environment. They are the descendants of the camels imported to use on the Ghan railway and in the Outback, transporting goods everywhere.

  • Lake Eyre

    This is a photo of what children should be doing, playing in the mud and loving it. This photo was taken at Lake Eyre and the mud here is especially sticky.

  • Wedge Tail Eagle

    I think this is the most beautiful bird in the world. This one was just taking off when I took this photo

  • Lake Eyre Panorama

    It is near impossible to do a panorama of Lake Eyre tht gives it justice. Here is my effort.

  • Black Kite

    Perfectly camouflaged against the background, as this beautiful bird flies toward me.

  • Pelican

    This a a new field of photography for me, as I recently got a 200 - 500mm lens. This beautiful bird was on his way to land on this creek at the Burke-Willis tree. Much to learn still!

  • The Outback

    Another view of the beautiful Outback on our flight to Lake Eyre.

  • The Outback

    The vast, beautiful, but very dry, outback as seen on our flight to Lake Eyre

  • Dingo

    This dingo was seen at Halligan Bay. He seems to be resident there, and not at all too afraid of humans.

  • Lake Eyre

    It is diffucult to portray, on a photo, the immensity of Lake Eyre. This is a photo taken with my Nikon D500 and 18-300mm lens, at a focal length of 18mm, hopefully giving a slight idea of the wonder of this inland sea - now full of water It was wonderful sharing this trip with my grandkids, here looking at the lake.

  • Lake Eyre

    Lake Eyre is currently pretty full, and the water is about 200m from the side of the lake (depending on how the wind blows). This photo was taken at Halligan Bay with my Nikon D500 and 200 - 500mm lens.

  • Storm

    A photo taken with my Nikon 200-500mm lens as the storm started to cross the hills.

  • Kangaroo

    One of the many kangaroos that inhabit our blok of land. This is the frirst published photo of my new Nikon 200-500mm lens. Just love this lens!

  • Lest We Forget

    This morning's Anzac Day service

  • Picnic Road Sunrise

    Another beautiful sunrise at Picnic Road. This is a panorama from photos I took with my iPhone, and processed in Lightroom, Photoshop, etc.

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