I’m sure I’ve mentioned it before. Bird photography becomes a big part of wildlife photography, there are somedays when you are out in the bush seeking wildlife and nothing seems to be there, as if your worst nightmares had come true and all the wildlife had truly disappeared. In reality it seems to be a regular thing, when the animals you are looking for just don’t want to be seen. At some point in time you start looking around at what else you can photograph. That’s when you start to notice the birdlife and you realise it’s quite interesting, well some of it is. There are a bunch of small dull coloured birds that I still don’t pay much attention too, they’re known as LBJs – little brown jobies.
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