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Ingrid Matschke 04-Dec-2006

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Blue Mackaw in flight, Adelaide zoo Ingrid Matschke
02-Dec-2006 22:49 CET
Getting some air

Pt Elliot, South Australia, Jan 09.

Ingrid Matschke
02-Dec-2006 22:49 CET
Waitpinga Beach, Fleurieu Peninsula, South Australia

This is a popular, albeit somewhat dangerous surfing beach on the south coast of South Australia. The next mainland is Antarctica. Shot taken early Oct 08.

Ingrid Matschke
02-Dec-2006 22:49 CET
Summer, Pt Noarlunga

Pt Noarlunga, just south of Adelaide, South Australia. Warm summer day, 27C. January 17, 2009.

Ingrid Matschke
02-Dec-2006 22:49 CET
Jetty jumping

These kids were jumping off the Henley Beach Jetty (suburban Adelaide, Sth Aust) and I just happened to be there at the right time. They were a bit worried that I was working 'for the government' because I had a big camera in hand and they weren't supposed to be doing it. When reassured I was just doing it as a personal hobby they were more than happy to continue their jumping fun. It had been 38 that day.

Ingrid Matschke
02-Dec-2006 22:49 CET
Hot morning on the beach, Semaphore Pk, Sth Aust

This shot was taken this morning at about 9am and it was 30 degrees. It has now hit 40 degrees and we're expecting 41 tomorrow. Just thought I'd post this for all you people in the northern winter who are freezing your butts off ...... The authorities are worried that there are going to be major bushfires if any fireworks displays get out of hand tomorrow night with NYE celebrations as we've had a week of temperatures over 30 degrees.

Ingrid Matschke
02-Dec-2006 22:49 CET
Ellen with studio lighting

This is my first attempt at using studio lighting (set up by someone else who needed it for an assignment she was doing with her FF Bronica film camera). The model is my 9 year old daughter.

Ingrid Matschke
02-Dec-2006 22:49 CET
Snow hat

Photo taken last week of my eldest daughter Ellen while on holiday in Falls Creek, Victorian snow fields, SE Australia.

Ingrid Matschke
02-Dec-2006 22:49 CET
Storm damage to jetty

Same jetty, viewed from the opposite direction. This storm damage was creating quite a bit of interest.

Ingrid Matschke
02-Dec-2006 22:49 CET
Storm damage

Taken after a violent storm and king tide on Wednesday night. This jetty has stood for over 100 years yet when these boards broke you can still see the wonderful deep red colour of the original timber inside.

Ingrid Matschke
02-Dec-2006 22:49 CET
Black Swan 3

Third in a series of 3, Australian black swan.

Ingrid Matschke
02-Dec-2006 22:49 CET
Black Swan 2

Second in a series of 3, Australian Black Swan.

Ingrid Matschke
02-Dec-2006 22:49 CET
Black Swan 1

An Australian Black Swan (Blackus Swanus.... just joking).

Ingrid Matschke
02-Dec-2006 22:49 CET
Blue Heron

Taken at the Adelaide Zoo, testing out my new 50-200 for the first time.

Ingrid Matschke
02-Dec-2006 22:49 CET
Gale force winds

The view from the other direction of the image just posted. Gale force winds and winter has only just begun. BRRRR.

Ingrid Matschke
02-Dec-2006 22:49 CET
Semaphore Jetty in a storm

This was taken at 9am in the morning during a storm which had winds of over 100 km/hr. It was so windy I could hardly stand up to take the shot. As you can see, winter has started here in South Australia.

Ingrid Matschke
02-Dec-2006 22:49 CET
Pampas Grass

Playing around with my 50mm F2 lens at the Adelaide Botanic Gardens on a Sunday afternoon.

Ingrid Matschke
02-Dec-2006 22:49 CET
Don't you dare!

My daughters' idea of keeping dry ..... yeah, right! Taken on a lovely autumn day in Adelaide.

Ingrid Matschke
02-Dec-2006 22:49 CET
Don't tell the others

An example of the social community of these corellas, very entertaining. They play and 'chat' to each other all the time.

Ingrid Matschke
02-Dec-2006 22:49 CET
Corella in the sun

One of the cheeky buggers up close.

Ingrid Matschke
02-Dec-2006 22:49 CET

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