Bit dusty along Orient Road these days as we await the Wet, but images of Horsfield's Bushlark (Mirafra javanica) from earlier in year not so dusty. From memory, the idea was to show that level wires (and birds) beat the as-shot tilter.
Lesson from Shining Flycatcher (Myiagra alecto) at Jourama Falls is clear: the bird isn't close enough. In passing, the creek-loving pair recently abandoned a sturdy nest - after having a previous effort collapse into the water.
Much haze turning stealing all blue from the sky this past week, so Rainbow Bee-eater (Merops ornatus) in Tyto pales in comparison to many shots of the species, though the delicacy of colour pleases me.