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Australasian Bittern

Australasian Bittern
Photographed by:David Newell on Mon 20th Nov, 2017 and uploaded on Mon 25th Dec, 2017 .
Resolution:1400x933
Viewed:43
ID:28884
Comment:This Australasian Bittern surprised me and I it as I approached the edge of the swampy area. It landed further away from the bank and continued to watch me with it's outstretched neck.
Equipment:Canon 5D MkIV, handheld
600mm f/4.0 L IS II USM
1/2500 sec at f/8.0, ISO 1000
Location:Pick Swamp near Port MacDonnell (South Australia)
Keywords:in flight
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