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This is a photo of a bandicoot, which is a native Australian animal.

http://www.aussie-info.com/identity/fauna/bandi...

This baby has been rescued and is being raised until old enough to be released back into the wild.

Camera: Canon EOS 60D
Lens: Canon 50mm (1.8)

Exposure time: 1/50
ISO: 250
F-stop: 1.8
Focal length: 50mm

RAW file processed in Photoshop CS5

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bandicoot, australian animal, native animal

Photography is my ‘passion’. I studied it in years 11 and 12, where I learned how to processes films in the dark room. Since then, my photography was restricted to digital compacts until I was able to afford an DSLR in 2010.

Until recently I had been doing a PhD in Agricultural Science at the University of Tasmania. I have recently decided that a career in science is not going to make me happy, so I am now studying graphic design.

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Comments

  • joak
    joakover 2 years ago

    aw whit a crackin wee beastie!..well done for rescuin it pal great shot

  • Thank you Joak. It is a very sweet creature indeed. I did not resuce it, but got to be introduced as a loady at the university brings in small animals when she is looking after them . The last one was a baby wombat!

    – Jocelyn Parry-Jones

  • James2001
    James2001over 2 years ago

    Great shot of this little beauty.

  • Cheers James :)

    – Jocelyn Parry-Jones

  • CanyonWind
  • Cheers for the feature :)

    – Jocelyn Parry-Jones

  • Peter Denniston
    Peter Dennistonover 2 years ago

    Congrats on your feature today :)

  • dgscotland
    dgscotlandover 2 years ago

    Congratulations on your feature….don’t know if it was deliberate but they have put it right next to my photo. Not the safest place for the little bandicoot. :-p

  • hehe, can you please send me a link to your image? :)

    – Jocelyn Parry-Jones

  • dgscotland
    dgscotlandover 2 years ago
  • Oh, I definitely see what you mean. Not only is it a cat, but the look in its eye suggests that prey has been spotted! haha. Lovely photo :)

    – Jocelyn Parry-Jones

  • Evita
    Evitaabout 2 years ago
  • Thank you so much for the feature :)

    – Jocelyn Parry-Jones

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