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Saturday, 12 June 2021

Australasian Darter - Anhinga novaehollandiae

 These were photographed taken by my brother, Pete who was living in Australia.













38 comments:

  1. Hello, Bob
    Nice photos from your brother! The Darter looks like a cross between a Anhinga and a Cormorant.
    Take care, have a happy weekend!

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  2. The birds look like they want to be in an Opera.

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  3. Incredible bird. Dries the wings while posing for the photographer.

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  4. Bob, thank you for linking up and sharing your post. Take care, enjoy your weekend!

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  5. All is revealed. I thought when I saw the title of your blog that it was a long, long way from home. They swim really love in the water so one of their common names here is 'snake bird' because often all you see is their head and neck.
    Nice to see that photography runs in your family.

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  6. These are great photos from your brother. What a fantastic bird :-D

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  7. Posing beautifully, what a show off. A nice set of photos.

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  8. Bueno, toda la familia fotógrafos, bonitas fotos de tu hermano.

    Saludos.

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  9. Well done Pete, these are beautiful shots.

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  10. Nicely captured in different poses.

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  11. They sure do look like our cormorants... He got some great shots.

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  12. Hi Bob,
    These are beautiful photos of the cormorant taken by your brother.
    I wish you a nice Sunday.
    Greetings Irma

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  13. Pete's done well with these shots, Bob. Photography must run in the family! I'd love to see an Anhinga, particularly diong it snake impression in the water. Best wishes to you all - stay safe - - - Richard

    (P.S. passed your message on to John who seems to be doing well now!)

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    1. Thanks Richard, for info on John, its good to hear him.
      My older brother even when works as camera for BBC.

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  14. Hi Bob.

    Beautiful photos of the Cormorant.

    Greetings from Patricia.

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  15. Nice photowork off Peter!
    Greetings Maria

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  16. Great blog, nice very interesting photographs, I stay here to enjoy them.
    Happy week.
    Best regards

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  17. Hola Bob,buenas fotos de tu hermano.Un saludo y feliz semana amigo.

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  18. Bellas aves, tu hermano es un gran fotógrafo te mando un beso

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  19. Muy buenas las fotografías de tu hermano. Besos.

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  20. These are beautiful photos from your brother.

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  21. Thank you for sharing these lovely photographs taken by your brother, I enjoyed seeing them.

    All the best Jan

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  22. Congratulations to your brother.
    I looked for him for a week, I found him at the last moment and with your brother he is almost in town.
    It's not fair ;-)

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  23. Beautiful photos of the Cormorant.

    Thanks for sharing this Bob.

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  24. Bob - that's quite a wingspan! Wonderful photos by your brother!

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  25. Buenos fotógrafos sois todos. Felicidades a tu hermano.
    Buen jueves Bob.Cuídate.
    Un abrazo.

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  26. Hi Bob, beautiful photos of your brother of the comorant.

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  27. Great photos from the other side of life. Especially the third photo represent the miracle of stability. Thanks Bob for this lesson.

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  28. Cormorant posing.
    Here a lot of cormorants in the archipelago.
    Great photos!
    Greeting

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  29. Espectacular el cormorán australiano, enhorabuena para tu hermano!!! Un abrazo desde el norte de España.

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