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Singing Honeyeater

Singing Honeyeater
Photographed byDouglas Coughran on Sun 1st Oct, 2017 and uploaded on Sat 14th Oct, 2017 .
CommentA warm easterly wind elevated the Perth ambient air temperature late afternoon after rather low seasonal temperatures. Thus ants started to swarm on the wing, I watched this Singing Honeyeater (sub species virescens) having a feast in our front garden, note only one ant wing visible in it's beak by the time I took the photograph.
EquipmentPentax K3 II with Sigma 150-500mm f/5-6.3 APO DG OS HSM Lens.
ISO 800 @ 300mm, f/6.3 @1/2000, monopod.
LocationPadbury (Western Australia)
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