Singing Honeyeater

Singing Honeyeater
Photographed by:Kathy Zonnevylle on Tue 11th Jul, 2017 and uploaded on Wed 2nd Aug, 2017 .
Resolution:889x1020
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ID:26900
Comment:It is amazing that the slim, brittle twigs are strong enough for this medium sized Honeyeater to perch on. A beautiful but crisp early morning at the WTP.
Equipment:Canon EOS 7D II with 100-400 II lens. Manual exposure, Speed 1/1600, ISO 400, f 7.1, AI Servo AF.
Location:Western Treatment Plant Werribee (Victoria)
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