By South Australian Museum
The bioregion of Australia, New Zealand, Antarctica and New Guinea possesses a distinct average history stretching again over eighty million years because the break-up of the nice southern continent of Gondwana. The South Australian Museum and Australian Geographic specialize in bettering a basic wisdom of this awesome legacy by way of encouraging images of the region’s nature and barren region, and selling an annual pageant to discover the Australian Geographic ANZANG Nature Photographer of the Year.Australasian Nature images: ANZANG 10th assortment provides the best pictures submitted to the 2013 Australian Geographic ANZANG Nature Photographer of the yr pageant. each one photo is observed via technical details in addition to anecdotes approximately how the image was once taken, so that it will stimulate but extra curiosity within the natural world and their conservation within the quarter.
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With my macro ring-flash allowing me to crank up the depth of field, I love the vibrant colours, intricate details and leading lines revealed inside this banksia flower. 8L IS USM macro lens, 1/250, f32, ISO 100, Canon Macro Ring Lite MR-14EX, handheld 31 BOTANICAL Subject Double helix Ford Kristo, New South Wales For 10 minutes on winter afternoons, light penetrating a small rainforest canopy gap created this scene. On most visits the exposure contrast was either too strong or too weak to get the shot I envisaged.
8 USM macro lens, 1/125, f25, ISO 100, Canon Speedlite 430EX on Canon Off-Camera Shoe Cord, Hoya 58mm HMC Skylight 1B filter, handheld; captive animal shot under controlled conditions without a barrier 21 ANIMAL PORTRAIT Bathing Buff-banded Rail (Gallirallus philippensis) David Pace, Victoria I love the droplets of water and movement in this shot. This Buff-banded Rail was one of many that descended into my garden after having never been recorded previously in the area. I am intrigued at the ever-changing fluctuations of birdlife – a new species appears in an area, while others vanish.
The most spectacular time to discover this walk is during early spring when everything comes to life with colour. The park is a haven for wildflowers from small shrubs to the Coastal Tea Tree. 0, ISO 100, Metz 48 AF-1 digital flash, compulsory mode, handheld 34 BOTANICAL Subject Purple Thistle Wendy Broekx, South Australia This thistle (family: Asteraceae) may be a noxious weed, but bees love it and I think the colours are stunning. While photographing bees collecting pollen, I couldn’t leave without taking a few shots of the thistles.