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A Flurry of Wings

Startled Cockatoos

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Re: A Flurry of wings

What a super set of shapes, very nicely caught.
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Re: A Flurry of wings

Quite dreamlike. Nice.
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Re: A Flurry of wings

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What a super set of shapes, very nicely caught.
Sulphur Crested Cockatoos are often seen foraging on the ground in large flocks. Serendipitous moment on a cold wet, windy morning.
With camera to eye I moved purposefully toward them (like a SWAT team geek ) adjusting FL until they lifted. Thanks Beag'.
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Quite dreamlike. Nice.
En mass they are magnificent animals but their s-c-r-e-e-e-ch almost perforates the eardrum!. thanks OM.
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Septuagenarian Wordsmithing Aussie Togger Getting Excited Exposing 'Keets
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Re: A Flurry of wings

A decade ago the acronym would have been even more cool.
Octogenarian (83), if you please sir - "Keats" or Masefield?
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