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SPOTTED BOWERBIRD, CHLAMYDERA MACULATA. I was in a bird hide each day for three weeks by a waterhole on private property all by myself. You start to feel one with nature, it was an amazing feeling. Sometimes I felt a bit lonely, but it was moments like this that kept me there.St George, Queensland. Canon EOS-1D Mk 1V, EF 70-200mm F2.8L is USM +1.4x, 1/500, f/8, ISO 1250, handheld
Photo credit: John Van-Den-Broeke, New South Wales