Another photo from yester-year. These Apostle Birds are known by many different names around Australia. Most of these names seem to relate to fast food: Hungry Jacks, MacDonald Ducks, Kentucky Fried Choughs, among others. They are a very socialble bird with gatherings of up to 100 birds during the winter although they stay in much smaller groups of around 10 during the breeding season.
Had an email from the guys at PeakDesign the other day with news that they are breaking new ground with their tough camera gear. This time it is a Tripod.
It’s A Tripod
You might well ask why the world needs another tripod but when you take a look at what they have done over at PeakDesign, you will see that this is just pure logic. Designed to take up much less space in your pack and not add pounds to weigh you down, this PeakDesign Travel Tripod is a game changer
Strength and Versatility
Years in the making, the design team wanted to come up with a revolutionary design. Lighter, smaller but strong enough to do the heavy lifting. With a new Ball Head that is intuitive to use, the PeakDesign Travel Tripod is fast to set up and versatile in its use
Just Got A Mobile Phone?
I could keep raving on about this nifty bit of gear but I don’t do it justice. Click on the link and head on over to the Kickstarter page where they will show you all of the bells and whistles traveltripod.kckb.st/052ad636
Yep, I do get paid
Just in the interests of full disclosure, I do get a small commission from any purchase you make through the link. This helps me to continue my Photographic Journey and I do appreciate your support. Check out the other great gear from PeakDesign while you are there
As evening draws in and a cool breeze ruffles the surface of the lake, the birds that make this lake their home make their way to safe havens for the night. I spent a few hours emersed in nature in the hinterland behind the Sunshine Coast and ended up here on the edge of the Baroon Pocket Dam as the night began to close in.