Friday, May 8, 2009

Capturing agility a fleeting ability


Agile Wallaby (Macropus agilis) numbers getting back to normal after the January-February floods. Easy enough to capture the standard look - erect, alert, and typically bland-faced. Seen one, seen 'em all.


Trickier trying for something a bit different. Haven't managed anything of great merit, but one or two animals have lately shown the right spirit.




But some persist in lying down on the job.

2 comments:

PSYL said...

What a beautiful-looking face! Wonderful captures.

Lying down Wallaby makes photographing much easier though, you must admit.

Tyto Tony said...

Yes and no. Had trouble deciding on crop, because of animal's width!

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