The nankeen kestrel is small, fast, and agile in the air. They are one of the few raptors who can hover.
This is the Sydney Ferry Alexander arriving at Pyrmont Bay wharf, against a backdrop of the Sydney skyline
This is the grand staircase at Queen Victoria Building, but captured at an angle that reminds me of M. C. Escher’s famous lithograph “Relativity” (1953).
A bush stone-curlew on one leg
This is the atrium at the casino entrance to The Star, harbour facing side. The “rays” of the star structure is reflected multiple times in the glass of the atrium roof creating an interesting effect.
A Major Mitchell cockatoo swivels feathers on the up-beat.
This image was captured at the escalators in Westfield Sydney close to the corner of Elizabeth and Market streets,and offers a tantalising glimpse of what’s behind, as well as the street outside.
A koala with eyes not entirely shut
This is the brightest the full moon can be, because the moon is at its closest to Earth
The green hedge at the back of this fountain and pool is captured nicely as a reflection.
A Major Mitchell cockatoo demonstrates flare on landing.
Windyridge Garden, in Mt Wilson – the lake in the evening.
A tiny bird in focus, and nothing else
The hippo’s legs seem so out of proportion to its body. It is a coffee table among dining tables.
Three young otters. Two dry, one wet – they are always one or the otter…
Magra the wedge-tailed eagle is wonderful in flight, as long as you aren’t her prey.
A sugar glider (a marsupial flying possum who eats sap and nectar) photographed in extremely low light.
Melbourne’s CBD skyline over the Yarra river in the early light of dawn
Bluestone Bridge, Water Garden, Mayfield captured in autumn.
A kite in flight, showing off how good he looks in the bright sunshine.