website relaunched with new photo albums

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Subject: website relaunched with new photo albums
From: "Robert Inglis" <>
Date: Sat, 19 Apr 2003 10:51:16 +1000
Hi all,

Working on the principle that there is no real point in taking lots of photos 
if no one sees them, I
have resurrected my old website with the aim of including a number of 'photo' 
albums of the birds I
have 'photographed' over the years.
In recent months I have been 'tagging along' with Jill Dening and her tern 
survey group on some of
their outings to the sandbanks of Caloundra just north of Brisbane. This has 
given me the
opportunity to practice my new hobby of digiscoping and thus to obtain some 
reasonable shots of some
of the terns as they go through different stages of plumage.
I have included some of these images along with shots from other areas nearby 
in several albums
which can be seen by going to:
and following the links to the albums.

As time goes by I hope to add more image albums as well as information on 
topics associated with
taking, storing and displaying the images.

In the mean time, please enjoy the pictures and feel free to comment on the 
images and the notes
accompanying then.
I am not an expert on terns and their plumage stages so I welcome advice from 
others who may be more
experienced and knowledgeable.

Bob Inglis
Woody Point

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