Hardhead

Curtis Hayne

Joined December 2014

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The Hardhead possesses one of the strangest names among Australian birds. It was formerly known as the ‘White-eyed Duck’, but this feature is present only on drakes, with females having dark eyes. The name ‘Hardhead’ has nothing to do with the density of the duck’s cranium, but stems from early taxidermists who found that the head was the most difficult part of the duck to process.

Canon EOS 600D
F-stop: f/10
Exposure time: 1/800
ISO Speed: 400
Focal length: 250mm
Moree, NSW, Australia

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