This is a native Australian Marsupial Mouse and NOT a rodent. A Marsupial Mouse is like a Kangaroo and Wallaby etc in that they carry their young in a pouch. It is about the same size as a regular mouse and they eat small insects, lizards and grubs. They are very uncommon and are not usually seen in the day time.
This is a Brown antechinus (Antechinus stuartii), also known as Stuart's antechinus and Macleay's marsupial mouse. This little guy came out from a hollow log whilst I was photographin
The Søren Larsen docked at Campbell's Cove, Sydney harbour.
The Soren Larsen was one of the last cargo carrying sailing ships built in 1949 in oak by the Danish ship building family Søren Larsen & sons in Northern Denmark.
Water Nymph's Dell, Wentworth Falls, Blue Mountains, Sydney.
A long and slippery wet walk down a steep "track" leads to this beautiful waterfall making the journey well worthwhile.
As we have had some decent rain here in Sydney this year, and particularly just recently, it was time to get out to the waterfalls and take advantage of the conditions. We are in a La Nina year meaning above average rainfall for much of Eastern Australia, which is in stark contrast to the last few years where we had
Handheld @ 1/25" exposure time - aperture f/5.6 - Focal Length 125mm - ISO 1000 - Must say that this Tamron-lens has extraordinary good OIS (Optical Stabilizer) to be able to shoot handheld @ 1/25" !!!
Smoke over the East Slope of the Sierra Nevada Mountains from California Wildfires.
The "Creek Fire" is responsible for most of the smoke though it was dozens of miles away.
Ultimately the Creek Fire claimed nearly 380,000 acres of forest and became the largest single wildfire in California History. It started on Sept 4. 2020 and was mot declared 100% contained until Dec 24. 2020
Taken from California Highway 168 just west of Aspendell, CA;
Multiple Images, stitched together using PTGUI
Currently there are still a few working telephone booths in Toronto, and I got three of our grandchildren to pose in and around one of them to show interesting juxtapositions of the old versus the new. This is one of my favorites of the shots I took.
Hello everyone here!
Would like to know what is behind these numbers, taken from the EXIF of an old (2013) image I found in my ever so large archive ...!
Lens type - 234881024
Lens - 828
The image - https://www.nikonimages.com/photo/102053 - is some years old, and I don't remember which LENS I used then. The EXIF only shows the above values of Lens Type and Lens, but nothing more. Anybody out there who could shine a light on my predicament?
Walter from Norway