Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by David H, Aug 12, 2019.
whales at Tathra NSW
no swimming at Winjana gorge WA
cable beach WA
sunset at Little River Vic
Great pictures Jerome
A few Central Coast Leagues Club competition winning photos taken by my friend Paul Henson. The photo of the bee was “A-grade colour print, judges choice”. Zoom in on the droplets and you’ll see the flowers from the background.
.... and very creative.
Would love a camera lens that could do that.
Sometimes you need to look down to see what nature has taken a millennia to create, such as a small section of rocks at South West Rocks, other times you need to look up to see what only occurs once in a millennia such as a comet reflected in a salt lake in northern Victoria. Other times it is how we interact with whats around us.
A few random pic.
A true appreciation of nature, Steve.
Friends of mine think I’m a nut when I say I find rocks interesting.
Truly thread worthy Steve. Thanks for the contribution. Nature is like that TV add where the little girl says "it's around us all the time...it's just what we choose to see".
Those rain drops!
As a kid always marvelled @ these ..... still do
A distance shot this afternoon of a Moreton Bay Parrot having a lovely bath in the dog bowl @ our leash free area ..... I got to carry that digital camera more
Something you don't see every day a spider that builds a net and uses it between it's front feet to catch is dinner. They called net casting spiders.
Dinner looks like a razor blade protector. What was he going to eat?
They eat anything they can catch! that razor blade protector is the net (web) they use to catch dinner with they throw it over a passing insect. Like natives do catching fish by throwing a net out and pull in there catch.
So the razor blade (net) provides impetus (inertia) to the web they have woven as they throw it over the prey? Clever buggers. Great photo & truly thread worthy.
cave coral - wellington nsw
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