Days 9-11: Makarora and Fox Glacier etc, New Zealand – December 2015.

 

Day 9-11. Makarora and Fox Glacier etc, South Island – New Zealand.

Onwards…
More from Otago, plus some from West Coast.  As is the case with all holidays, the end comes too soon.

This last post includes images from Blue Pools on the Makarora River, the Whataroa River, Fox Glacier, and Lake Hawea (near The Neck).

Dusk settles over the Southern Alps at Makarora.

Makarora 2AM-000934. ©Andrew McInnes

Makarora 2AM-000934.
©Andrew McInnes

Makarora River 2AM-000931. ©Andrew McInnes

Makarora River 2AM-000931.
©Andrew McInnes

Makarora River 2AM-000930. ©Andrew McInnes

Makarora River 2AM-000930.
©Andrew McInnes

 

The stunning, and frigid, Blue Pools.

Blue Pools - Makarora River 2AM-000916. ©Andrew McInnes

Blue Pools – Makarora River 2AM-000916.
©Andrew McInnes

Blue Pools - Makarora River 2AM-000914. ©Andrew McInnes

Blue Pools – Makarora River 2AM-000914.
©Andrew McInnes

 

Happy hour 🙂
Cold beers and conversation in and alongside the Makarora River.

Makarora 2AM-000539. ©Andrew McInnes

Makarora 2AM-000539.
©Andrew McInnes

 

A Tui (Prosthemadera novaeseelandiae), in the honeyeater family, foraging on New Zealand flax (Phormium sp.).

Tui 2AM-004945. ©Andrew McInnes

Tui 2AM-004945.
©Andrew McInnes

 

Dawn over the Southern Alps at Fox Glacier – includes Aoraki / Mount Cook.

Fox Glacier 2AM 1002-4 HDR. ©Andrew McInnes

Fox Glacier 2AM 1002-4 HDR.
©Andrew McInnes

Fox Glacier 2AM-000957. ©Andrew McInnes

Fox Glacier 2AM-000957. ©Andrew McInnes

Fox Glacier 2AM-000981. ©Andrew McInnes

Fox Glacier 2AM-000981.
©Andrew McInnes

Fox Glacier 2AM-000988. ©Andrew McInnes

Fox Glacier 2AM-000988.
©Andrew McInnes

Fox Glacier 2AM-000993. ©Andrew McInnes

Fox Glacier 2AM-000993.
©Andrew McInnes

Fox Glacier 2AM-000995. ©Andrew McInnes

Fox Glacier 2AM-000995.
©Andrew McInnes

The Neck 2AM-000537 iPhone panorama. ©Andrew McInnes

The Neck 2AM-000537 iPhone panorama.
©Andrew McInnes

Whataroa River 2AM 1024-1029 panorama. ©Andrew McInnes

Whataroa River 2AM 1024-1029 panorama.
©Andrew McInnes

Whataroa River 2AM-001017. ©Andrew McInnes

Whataroa River 2AM-001017.
©Andrew McInnes

 

I hope you enjoyed this and the previous posts of my images from a fantastic holiday in New Zealand.

Cheers 🙂

Days 5 and 6: Moeraki and Dunedin, New Zealand – December 2015.

Days 5 and 6 – Moeraki and Dunedin.

Just outside the coastal town of Moeraki there are numerous large concretions, exposed and highly visible, lying along a stretch of Koekohe Beach. I thoroughly recommend reading more about them (here is a Wikipedia link).

Here are a series of images captured during our brief visit.

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Moeraki Boulders 2AM-000526. ©Andrew McInnes

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Moeraki Boulders 2AM-000500. ©Andrew McInnes

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Moeraki Boulders 2AM-000496. ©Andrew McInnes

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Moeraki Boulders 2AM-000517. ©Andrew McInnes

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Moeraki Boulders 2AM-000533. ©Andrew McInnes

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Moeraki Boulders 2AM-000549. ©Andrew McInnes

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Moeraki Boulders 2AM-000538. ©Andrew McInnes

 

After a thoroughly enjoyable dinner washed down with a local amber ale at the Moeraki Tavern, I took these shots of the nearby harbour. We had hoped to also eat at the famed Fleurs Place restaurant another night but, alas, it was closed for a while over the Christmas break.

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Fleurs Place – Restaurant 2AM-000598. ©Andrew McInnes

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Moeraki Bay 2AM-000599. ©Andrew McInnes

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Moeraki Bay 2AM-000593. ©Andrew McInnes

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Moeraki Bay 2AM-000595. ©Andrew McInnes

 

A little further south is the city of Dunedin, where I have family heritage. We had a joyous visit with a cousin and her family, and she accompanied us on a lovely hike to see the Organ Pipes. “The Otago peninsula was formed entirely by volcanic activity and the tall polygonal columns featured on this walk are remnants of this past. As molten lava cooled slowly beneath the hardened crust, it contracted and formed geometrical cracks which propagated downwards as the mass cooled.” (source: NZ Tramper website).

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The Organ Pipes 2AM-000567. ©Andrew McInnes

The Organ Pipes 2AM-000576

The Organ Pipes 2AM-000576. ©Andrew McInnes

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The Organ Pipes 2AM-000577. ©Andrew McInnes

The Organ Pipes 2AM-000578

The Organ Pipes 2AM-000578. ©Andrew McInnes

 

After the organ pipes we wanted to visit the world’s only mainland breeding colony of Royal Albatross so we ventured out to Taiaroa Head on the Otago Peninsula. Unfortunately we did not see any albatross, but there was a rather active colony of gulls. Whilst wandering along an observation path, we heard, then saw, quite an aerial commotion… upon further observation we saw a Black-backed Gull being harassed by several smaller gulls – the larger gull had apparently “kidnapped” a chick and was heading off with it. For those who may be a bit squeamish about natural history, the following two images may concern you.

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Black-backed Gull 2AM-004861. ©Andrew McInnes

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Black-backed Gull 2AM-004882. ©Andrew McInnes

 

Looking down the steep cliffs of Taiaroa Head I was entranced by bull kelp (Durvillaea species) as it seemingly twirled and shimmied in a whimsical tango with the ocean.
Rimurapa - Bull Kelp 2AM-004857

 

Overlooking the spit within Otago Harbour – our lunch spot on our way back to Moeraki.

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Harrington Point 2AM-000580. ©Andrew McInnes

 

Back to Mouraki, we were thrilled and fortunate to observe, up close, a few Yellow-eyed Penguins (Megadyptes antipodes)! These New Zealand endemics (native) are purported to be among the worlds rarest penguin species.

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Yellow-eyed Penguin 2AM-004739. ©Andrew McInnes

Yellow-eyed Penguin 2AM-004780

Yellow-eyed Penguin 2AM-004780. ©Andrew McInnes

 

Thanks for visiting – I hope you enjoyed these images.
Cheers 🙂

Posting #11 of my road trip from Fremantle to Kununurra, Western Australia.

Near Wyndham, and still proximal to Kununurra, is a world-renowned birding area known as Marlgu Billabong – part of  Parry Lagoons Nature Reserve. Dusk and dawn are the best times to visit and observe the varied avifauna, yet anytime is a good time to be outdoors 🙂

The scenery as you enter Parry Lagoons Nature Reserve…

Parry Lagoons 2AM-003095. ©2014 Andrew McInnes.

Arriving at Marlgu Billabong…

Marlgu Billabong 2AM-005110. ©2014 Andrew McInnes.

Marlgu Billabong 2AM-003119. ©2014 Andrew McInnes.

A sampling of the abundant bird wildlife:

Comb-crested Jacana 2AM-004971. ©2014 Andrew McInnes.

Darter 2AM-005135. ©2014 Andrew McInnes.

Darter 2AM-005135. ©2014 Andrew McInnes.

Rainbow Bee-eater 2AM-005024. ©2014 Andrew McInnes.

Pied Heron 2AM-005218. ©2014 Andrew McInnes.

Pied Heron 2AM-005224. ©2014 Andrew McInnes.

In addition to the wildlife, flora abounds. These water lilies were stunning at dusk…

Water Lily 2AM-005409. ©2014 Andrew McInnes.

Water Lily 2AM-005415. ©2014 Andrew McInnes.

Water Lily 2AM-005097. ©2014 Andrew McInnes.

Water Lily 2AM-005148. ©2014 Andrew McInnes.

Water Lily 2AM-005264. ©2014 Andrew McInnes.

Water Lily 2AM-005446. ©2014 Andrew McInnes.

Dusk over Marlgu Billabong.

Marlgu Billabong 2AM-003120. ©2014 Andrew McInnes.

 

Two quick views over nearby Wyndham, including tidal flats.

Five Rivers Lookout 2AM-003297-003299-panorama. ©2014 Andrew McInnes.

Five Rivers Lookout 2AM-003300. ©2014 Andrew McInnes.

 

That’s it for this post; I hope you enjoyed the images.

 

 

Some “snapshots” from around Fremantle, Western Australia; January-February, 2014

Here is an eclectic assortment of images from near my home in Fremantle, Western Australia for the months of January and February, 2014. Being a coastal and historical port town, there is much variety and options for activities and scenery.

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Crepuscular rays (God-beams) as we enjoy our morning breakfast on our Mediterranean style courtyard at home.
© 2014 Andrew McInnes. All Rights Reserved.

 

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Who says that dogs don’t “smile”?
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© 2014 Andrew McInnes. All Rights Reserved.

 

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Green and gold – Australia’s National Colours.
Illyarrie/Red-capped gum 2AM-003304
© 2014 Andrew McInnes. All Rights Reserved.

 

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Santa revisiting to kiss mum under the mistletoe?
Santa 2AM-002528
© 2014 Andrew McInnes. All Rights Reserved.

 

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Recycling – just a little fun image taken at home this lovely summer morn’ as my bride enjoyed hot mint-tea with honey.
Honey Bee 2AM-004025
© 2014 Andrew McInnes. All Rights Reserved.

 

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Floral delicacy and delightfully aromatic – Frangipani.
Frangipani 2AM-003114
© 2014 Andrew McInnes. All Rights Reserved.

 

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Airborne – higher than the moon?
Kiteboarding 2AM-002816
© 2014 Andrew McInnes. All Rights Reserved.

 

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Airborne times two.
Kiteboarding 2AM-002934
© 2014 Andrew McInnes. All Rights Reserved.

 

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An adult White-cheeked Honeyeater feeding two fledglings early on a glorious summer day.
White-cheeked Honeyeater 2AM-002411
© 2014 Andrew McInnes. All Rights Reserved.

 

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After hanging inverted to forage in this eucalyptus tree, a Little Corella takes flight flashing its pale yellow underwings, blue-grey eye ring, and muted pink above the beak.
Little Corella 2AM-004182
© 2014 Andrew McInnes. All Rights Reserved.

 

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Paella cooking at the Bather’s Beach food market; lots of families enjoying communing, a nice breeze, and sun on our faces – life is good.
Paella 2AM-002205
© 2014 Andrew McInnes. All Rights Reserved.

 

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Unexpected.
Pebbles 2AM-002488
© 2014 Andrew McInnes. All Rights Reserved.

 

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Odd…
Pebbles 2AM-002496
© 2014 Andrew McInnes. All Rights Reserved.

 

Some assorted structures/architecture/patterns…

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A residence on South Terrace.
South Terrace home 2AM-003049
© 2014 Andrew McInnes. All Rights Reserved.

 

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St. Patricks – Fremantle 2AM-003068
© 2014 Andrew McInnes. All Rights Reserved.

 

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Stairway 2AM-003112
© 2014 Andrew McInnes. All Rights Reserved.

 

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Western Australia Maritime Museum 2AM-002536
© 2014 Andrew McInnes. All Rights Reserved.

 

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Another stairway.
Western Australia Maritime Museum 2AM-003091
© 2014 Andrew McInnes. All Rights Reserved.

 

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A third stairway.
Western Australia Maritime Museum 2AM-003100
© 2014 Andrew McInnes. All Rights Reserved.

 

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This port town, like all port towns, abounds with maritime history; the “Western Australia Museum – Shipwreck Galleries” displays some of this. rugged history.
Western Australia Museum – Shipwreck Galleries 2AM-002253
© 2014 Andrew McInnes. All Rights Reserved.

 

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More external views of the Western Australia Museum – Shipwreck Galleries.
© 2014 Andrew McInnes. All Rights Reserved.

 

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North Quay and Inner Harbour, Fremantle during the “blue hour.” I reckon the cranes look rather Jurassic.
North Quay and Inner Harbour 2AM-002549
© Andrew McInnes. All Rights Reserved.

I hope you enjoyed this brief sojourn around where I live. More posts of Fremantle will follow over time.
Thanks for viewing 🙂

 

 

 

 

 

 

A very brief trip to the Texas panhandle – Palo Duro Canyon, Cadillac Ranch, and Wind Turbines.

The Texas panhandle is a fascinating region and I spend too little time there unfortunately. Recently I fit in a very quick trip to recharge. Here are a few images from that trip.

Prints of my images are available  if you click on the Licensing/Purchasing images tab on this blog or click this link: https://2amphotography.wordpress.com/licensingpurchasing-images/

All images Copyright Andrew McInnes/2AM Photography.

 

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Wind Turbine 2AM-114791
Canon 7D with Canon 24-105mm f/4L lens. f5.6 for 1/5 second at ISO 1600.
© Andrew McInnes/2AM Photography. All rights reserved.

 

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Cadillac Ranch 2AM-114850
Canon 7D with Canon 10-22mm f/3.5-4.5 lens. f22 for 1/2 second at ISO 400.
© Andrew McInnes/2AM Photography. All rights reserved.

 

Hoodoo at Capital Peak - Palo Duro Canyon 2AM-114814_7D_blog

Hoodoo at Capital Peak – Palo Duro Canyon 2AM-114814
Canon 7D with Canon 24-105mm f/4L lens. f11 for 1/800 second at ISO 200.
© Andrew McInnes/2AM Photography. All rights reserved.

 

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Capital Peak – Palo Duro Canyon 2AM-114896
Canon 7D with Canon 24-105mm f/4L lens. f22 for 1/13 second at ISO 100.
© Andrew McInnes/2AM Photography. All rights reserved.

 

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Capital Peak – Palo Duro Canyon 2AM-114897
Canon 7D with Canon 24-105mm f/4L lens. f22 for 1/13 second at ISO 100.
© Andrew McInnes/2AM Photography. All rights reserved.

 

Golden-fronted Woodpecker 2AM-30656_30D_blog

Golden-fronted Woodpecker 2AM-30656
Canon 30D with Canon 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6L lens and Tamron 1.4x teleconverter. f5.6 for 1/320 second at ISO 1000.
© Andrew McInnes/2AM Photography. All rights reserved.

 

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White-winged Dove 2AM-30604
Canon 30D with Canon 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6L lens and Tamron 1.4x teleconverter. f5.6 for 1/160 second at ISO 1000.
© Andrew McInnes/2AM Photography. All rights reserved.

 

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The Lighthouse – Palo Duro Canyon 2AM-114886
Canon 7D with Canon 10-22mm f/3.5-4.5 lens. f22 for 1/250 second at ISO 400.
© Andrew McInnes/2AM Photography. All rights reserved.

 

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Hoodoo at Capital Peak – Palo Duro Canyon 2AM-114844
A light-painting.
Canon 7D with Canon 10-22mm f/3.5-4.5 lens. f8 for 30 seconds at ISO 1600.
© Andrew McInnes/2AM Photography. All rights reserved.

 

That is the end of this little adventure. Thanks for visiting!

 

 

 

Southern Forests Region – Australia’s South West

A scenic 36 hours spent in and around magnificent karri, marri and tingle forests (including the “Valley of the Giants”), undulating terrain sliced by numerous rivers and streams, fertile orchards and vineyards, all edged by dramatic cliffs, estuaries, and beaches along the Southern Ocean – welcome to the Southern Forests Region of Australia’s South West.

 

Here are three images from Fernhook Falls on the Deep River.

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Fernhook Falls 2AM-112804
Canon 7D with Canon 24-105mm f/4 lens.
© Andrew and Allison McInnes/2AM Photography. All rights reserved.

 

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Fernhook Falls 2AM-112855
Canon 7D with Canon 24-105mm f/4 lens.
© Andrew and Allison McInnes/2AM Photography. All rights reserved.

 

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Fernhook Falls 2AM-112874
Canon 7D with Canon 24-105mm f/4 lens.
© Andrew and Allison McInnes/2AM Photography. All rights reserved.

 

Among the forest under-story these “flowers” really “Popped”.

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Flowers 2AM-112716
Canon 7D with Canon 24-105mm f/4 lens.
© Andrew and Allison McInnes/2AM Photography. All rights reserved.

 

Color and lushness were pleasant surprises far below the forest canopy.

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Flowers 2AM-112717
Canon 7D with Canon 24-105mm f/4 lens.
© Andrew and Allison McInnes/2AM Photography. All rights reserved.

 

An early morning bath in renewing rain and nourishing light greet the forest, including a youngish Karri tree.

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Karri Tree 2AM-112698
Canon 7D with Canon 24-105mm f/4 lens.
© Andrew and Allison McInnes/2AM Photography. All rights reserved.

 

This walkway allowed for magical, if wobbly views of Beedalup Falls near Pemberton.

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Beedelup Falls 2AM-113050
Canon 7D with Canon 24-105mm f/4 lens.
© Andrew and Allison McInnes/2AM Photography. All rights reserved.

 

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Beedelup Falls 2AM-113039
Canon 7D with Canon 24-105mm f/4 lens.
© Andrew and Allison McInnes/2AM Photography. All rights reserved.

 

A grand old Tingle Tree (a so-called Giant Tingle Tree) in the Walpole Wilderness Area. This tree has a circumference of almost 25 meters and is thought to be the oldest living eucalypt in the world. The heartwood has been ravaged by numerous fires yet the tree survives because the “living and growing parts” (xylem and phloem) and located just under the bark.

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Tingle Tree 2AM-112769
Canon 7D with Canon 24-105mm f/4 lens.
© Andrew and Allison McInnes/2AM Photography. All rights reserved.

 

An exposed portion of roots from the Giant Tingle Tree – resilience and form.

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Tingle Tree 2AM-112772
Canon 7D with Canon 24-105mm f/4 lens.
© Andrew and Allison McInnes/2AM Photography. All rights reserved.

 

Nearby, a fern seeks the light after establishing itself in the decaying hulk of an old tingle tree – decomposition and succession at work!

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Tingle Tree 2AM-112739
Canon 7D with Canon 24-105mm f/4 lens.
© Andrew and Allison McInnes/2AM Photography. All rights reserved.

 

When stirred up by pulses in river flow, Saponin – a leachate type product from plants breaking down in the water – causes a frothy, often cappuccino-like surface in Circular Pool. The pool’s name refers not to the shape – rather, it is for the currents and resultant eddies (circular flow) which create a myriad of patterns such as this, ephemeral as this pattern is as it is continually morphing.

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Circular Pool 2AM-30266
Canon 30D with Canon 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6L lens.
© Andrew and Allison McInnes/2AM Photography. All rights reserved.

 

The Cascades section of Lefroy Brook also contains serene little embayments where the water is calm, such as this little spot.

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The Cascades – Lefroy Brook 2AM-112923
Canon 7D with Canon 24-105mm f/4 lens.
© Andrew and Allison McInnes/2AM Photography. All rights reserved.

 

Segue (of sorts)…

This is a Spotted Pardalote, a tiny and at this time of year very industrious “little colorful job.” I was enthralled for a considerable time as I enjoyed several of these birds gathering their nesting material alongside the Warren River, near Pemberton.

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Spotted Pardalote 2AM-30289
Canon 30D with Canon 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6L lens.
© Andrew and Allison McInnes/2AM Photography. All rights reserved.

 

Dawn and fog caress the Warren River and surrounding forest – near Pemberton.

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Warren River 2AM-112953
Canon 7D with Canon 24-105mm f/4 lens.
© Andrew and Allison McInnes/2AM Photography. All rights reserved.

 

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Warren River 2AM-112942
Canon 7D with Canon 24-105mm f/4 lens.
© Andrew and Allison McInnes/2AM Photography. All rights reserved.

 

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Warren River 2AM-112983
Canon 7D with Canon 24-105mm f/4 lens.
© Andrew and Allison McInnes/2AM Photography. All rights reserved.

 

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Warren River 2AM-113012
Canon 7D with Canon 24-105mm f/4 lens.
© Andrew and Allison McInnes/2AM Photography. All rights reserved.

 

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Warren River 2AM-112955
Canon 7D with Canon 24-105mm f/4 lens.
© Andrew and Allison McInnes/2AM Photography. All rights reserved.

 

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Warren River 2AM-112934
Canon 7D with Canon 24-105mm f/4 lens.
© Andrew and Allison McInnes/2AM Photography. All rights reserved.

 

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Warren River 2AM-112995
Canon 7D with Canon 24-105mm f/4 lens.
© Andrew and Allison McInnes/2AM Photography. All rights reserved.

 

The coast, an innate yearning for most Australians. A rainy dawn at Nornalup Inlet, near Walpole, where estuary becomes ocean. 

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Nornalup Inlet Mouth 2AM-112671
Canon 7D with Canon 24-105mm f/4 lens.
© Andrew and Allison McInnes/2AM Photography. All rights reserved.

 

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Nornalup Inlet Mouth 2AM-112675
Canon 7D with Canon 24-105mm f/4 lens.
© Andrew and Allison McInnes/2AM Photography. All rights reserved.

 

My final two photo-blogs from this trip to Western Australia will be images from Fremantle and the Margaret River Region. I hope you enjoy my existing photo’s and will visit the new posts when they occur.