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Mwekalhampe (pronounced Mook-a-lumber) is the Aboriginal name for this native bird, the Black-faced Cuckoo-shrike (Coracina novaehollandiae).
This was taken at the Alice Springs Desert Park, NT, Australia.
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Photographer, graphic designer, campaigner & anti-coal activist. Studying Design/Visual Communication at the University of Technology. I live in the Blue Mountains, study in Sydney and love to travel (sustainably).
Gorgeous clarity and great DOF works really well. The colours are great too. And the light.
– Erland Howden
Terrific sharpness & detail! Even some catchlight in the eye! Well captured, Erland!
Thank you, the light in the eye does make a big difference compared to the shots that didn’t capture that.
Exquisite bird. I had never seen one of those birds before. Beautiful. Love the clarity of details. This goes immediately into my collection of favorites. I hope that you enjoy viewing my portfolio as much as I enjoyed viewing yours.
Thanks Wildwings, I really appreciate your enthusiasm and feedback!
Perfect image clarity and colours