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    Grey Nomad (with a tinge of blonde) on the road in Australia

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    https://www.alamy.com/contrib-browse.asp?cid={3F8462C8-1635-4491-9342-35FC41F12273}&name=Genevieve+Vallee
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    17 Oct 2002

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  1. Thank you for the heads up Paulette. Feral cats are not at all easy to photograph. Originally, they were domestic escapees. They now breed in the wild and have developped into a much bigger size. I was lucky enough to see one. I have 3 out of the 39 on Alamy and this picture has sold. I was in hiding by a very remote waterhole in the Outback. Anything could and did appear, it was lottery. Several flocks of budgies, emus, birds, foxes, it was exhilarating. I felt like a 'David Attenboroughette'. I did suffer for this pic, we had 53C inside the campervan, no aircon. We had ice cubes inside a rolled towel around our necks at night...
  2. I've seen one swimming close-up in the Amazon. Did I take a pic? Nope. It might not be as rare a sight in the flooded forest as they swap tree. Of course, one has to be out and about on the river to see them. So many missed photo opportunities when I lived there!
  3. Got it. Found it in the spam folder. Glad you said.
  4. Yes I know that Aborigenes love them. It's a time of plenty for them when the geese migrate. Or should I say 'used to be' Not us at Lee Point, we're in Batchelor. Back to Darwin on Tuesday for a new shock absorber. Must have been one bulldust hole too many... You would recognise us from the sticker at the front 'home is where we park it'. And the roos and emus decals on the sides. Gen
  5. I uploaded more birds today. Out of curiosity, I checked my stats. In total, I've licensed 232 bird pictures at Alamy. That's why I stick to it even if it's not a prime wanted subject. Now if I were to find a bird with a mask...
  6. Australian White Ibis (Threskiornis molucca) silhouetted in flight at sunrise. It helps to have a campervan to camp near the wetlands. I didn't have to get up at super stupid o'clock. I still needed a short drive in the dark though.
  7. I love your street images Edo. You're very talented. And I'm here editing my birds... It's aperitif time, so a glass of white wine is helping doing so.
  8. Thank you John for including my humble contribution.
  9. We just had a story in the news today that a policeman lied when crossing the border into Northern Territory. He did come from an infected area. He resigned. Howzat??
  10. Great one Edo. Just make sure your cat doesn't jump on my bird. Little Corella.
  11. I will kick off this month's favourites. Little Corellas (Cacatua pastinator) Red-tailed Black Cockatoo (Calyptorhynchus banksii)
  12. 23 sales for $786. 2 $$$+ Lowest $2.99. I see more and more mid-$$ prices which is encouraging. To some extent.
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