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This is the same dusky moorhen (Gallinula tenebrosa) as seen here. It spent a bit of time trying to take this bit of plant that, whilst appearing dead, remained firmly attached. Eventually it left with a twig. This is my … Continue reading
When I took this photo it was the first time I’d seen a swan bathe in this manner. It almost looks like it’s coming to surface rather than floating there. Almost. I had to crop a lot of this photo … Continue reading
Here’s a photo of a swan feeding. I feel as though I stuffed up on the focus, but overall I think the photo is neat. Will need to do better next time, however. I hope you enjoy.
This was done a couple of weeks ago whilst streaming. I was trying to do clouds in a particular way but I kept getting the perspective wrong. I then decided to try and quickly sketch a turtle which led to … Continue reading
This was done a few hours ago. I was streaming some lazy sketching this afternoon and decided to try and sketch a photo I took of a silver gull a few years ago (here’s another photo of the same silver … Continue reading
This was done on Wednesday last week. It was drawn quickly. Maybe over ten minutes. Possibly fifteen. I planned on redoing this but ended up deciding not to as I’m content with how it appears now. I hope you enjoy.
Been a while since I’ve shared a photo involving one or more cockatoos. Here is a photo of one cockatoo. I’m fairly certain it was watching what I was doing, though perhaps not so much in this photo. Much more … Continue reading
This is a different version of this photo. When I was processing I went for a few different monochromatic versions. The previously-shared version and this one were the strongest produced. I didn’t want to share the two images together, mostly … Continue reading
I’m pretty sure the ibis was gliding when I took this photo. Not entirely sure, but pretty sure. Based on the leg position, it’s possible that the ibis was preparing to land, though as I don’t know much about birds … Continue reading