Lockdown 6.0 has really zapped my motivation to take photos, don't get me wrong I entirely support the lockdown and believe it is necessary (however, that does not mean I like it).  Nonetheless, I have been trying to build back up some motivation so during a walk at a nearby reserve I decided to bring my camera along to capture some of the birds and wildlife. The image below was captured in late August 2021 during a walk for exercise. The image is of an Eastern Yellow Robin which was flying around and landed on a nearby log. The image was captured with a Sony A7R IV and Tamron E 70-300mm (@300mm), f/6.3, ISO 1600. It was edited in Lightroom, Aurora HDR, Topaz Denoise, and Topaz Sharpen AI.

The Eastern Yellow Robin (Eopsaltria australis) was captured during a walk at the Cardinia Aqua-duct Trail.
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