Rufous Songlark

The Rufous Songlark is apparently found across most of mainland Australia, though I can't say I'd positively identified one previously. Maybe if I listened for its song which, my guidebook assures me, is "a rich melodious "twitchy tweedle" ..." :-). Second image in note. Here's a musical link and a different one with the bird itself singing.
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tiabunna said:

9 months ago ( translate )

Erhard Bernstein said:

A wonderful "frame" for this beautiful bird!
9 months ago

Jaap van 't Veen said:

Veru well composed bird image.
9 months ago ( translate )

GrahamH said:

It has a sense of publicity, putting itself in the frame.
9 months ago

Ulrich John said:

A,very nice composition, George ! With this natural frame !
9 months ago

Gerard Perin said:

belle prise
9 months ago ( translate )

Roger (Grisly) said:

Wonderful composition and capture in both images George,
Ella will do for me every time, great link.
9 months ago

Jeff Farley said:

An excellent image, thank you for posting to Fur, Fin and Feather.
9 months ago

Ron Hanko said:

Wonderful photo and a beautiful bird, George.
9 months ago

Roger Bennion said:

An absolute gem, George. Perfectly framed and love the catch-light in the eye. An inspired idea to have the bird song as an accompaniment :-)
9 months ago

William Sutherland said:

Exceptional pair!

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Larry Drummond said:

Photographed to absolute perfection !!
9 months ago

* ઇઉ * said:

Both pictures are exceptional and masterful!
9 months ago

Helena Ferreira said:

Wonderfully framed!
9 months ago

k.e.s_kloset said:

What awesome captures, George. Just fantastic!

And this is such a wonderful classic by Ms. Fitzgerald.
9 months ago