Saw it again this arvo. Paid more attention to the call. It is definitely a Brown Goshawk, NOT a Collared Sparrowhawk.
(they're very similar, but for size and call mostly).
and by full day coverage, I mean full day. I was shooting from approx 9:30am until around 11pm.
Cull done: 502 deliverables (some are sequences). Pretty standard for a full day wedding coverage.
There was an unexpected gate-crasher at the wedding, just as we were waiting for the bride's party to arrive, this large Black Swan sauntered over and stood near the groomsmen.
Clearly, it knew it was a black-tie occasion and decided it was dressed for the occasion.
Photographer, foodie, Dad Joke aficionado from Cedar Creek, Qld, Australia. Mostly a Canon EOS system shooter with some fairly decent lenses.
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