Cunnamulla, QLD

Cunnamulla Galahs

On a very long road trip from Sydney to the other side of Australia, Broome in Western Australia, I stopped at Cunnamulla for the night. As often happens in the afternoons, the local birds start sitting high up in the trees ‘discussing’ the day they have just had. This was another opportunity to test out my favourite new lenses, the Sony 70-200mm G Master II and the Sony 2x Teleconverter. They did not disappoint.

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Cunnamulla Galahs

Arriving in the afternoon to the Cunnamulla Tourist Park, as the sun was setting the Galahs came in in droves. They were clearly soaking up the remining rays of sunshine for the day as the cold night air rolled in.

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