One lorikeet not happy to share

Not selected for Google Earth or Google Maps after a second review [?]

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Inspector H snaps on November 15, 2008

Hi Jean you sure are working on my view count. I was pretty excited when I snapped these, and so surprised considering the surroundings. I just noticed that the pic next to this one above the map shows almost the exact position from where I took this, right in the middle of a car park. Cheers H

Jean Gregory Evans on November 15, 2008

Helen, I am glad to see some good mapping techniques. Sometimes mine jump around a little and don't really quite pinpoint the location! Well done. Click. :-)


♪ Silver Moon on December 12, 2008

Lovely composition and colors on the tree with parrots Helen Stalder! Greetings, ♫

Inspector H snaps on December 17, 2008

Hello ♫ Silver Moon thanks for that, a very luck shot in the supermarket car park. Drought inland has brought more birds to the city outskirts and we have lots of eucalyptus trees around here for them to snack on the flowers. Greetings from Melbourne

Inspector H snaps on January 20, 2009

Hi photodegraff It's easy to miss these swift flying birds because there is only one tree in the car park with these flowers in winter. Had I not been standing photographing the flowers (and feeling a bit of a dill)I might have missed them too. Actually I was so excited I accidently discharged the flash! Thanks for your comments and greetings from Melbourne.

PS I loved your photo of the St. Louis Arch in the comp.

Jean Gregory Evans on January 20, 2009

I just saw your latest comment, Helen. My gosh, you remind me of me!


Inspector H snaps on January 21, 2009

Hi Jazz, thanks for that, I sure did get some lucky shots in that car park that day.!! H

Hi Rob - It's funny though if you happen to walk around with a tripod people glance at you with great respect (you must know what you are doing to have a tripod!! ha ha) Glad you liked Melbourne. Very hot here at present. Regards Helen

Inspector H snaps on January 22, 2009

Hi Jean, just found you in my emails. Just time for one checkin per day at the moment!!! Will be a few weeks before I can really Panoramiate again!!! Is your email in cyberspace!!!!

Topseee on May 17, 2009

Wonderful Colours. Lovely Photo. Greetings. Topseee

diannemcd on May 17, 2009

My favourite. D

Inspector H snaps on May 24, 2009

D - in a few weeks it will be time for them to return to this flowering gum in the middle of the car park, so....... I am going in disguise!!!

Hi Topseee thanks, they are very colourful birds. Greetings from Melbourne

Tomas K☼h☼ut on September 15, 2009

Beautiful colors, nice action.

Isi Hennka on September 15, 2009

Inspector, beautiful colors contained in a single bird. Marvels of the nature as these, are just a sample of the as she is complex and wonderful and for that it should be sacred and untouchable. Because only future generations will be able to like this, in an intelligent way to enjoy and to admire this paradise, called EARTH!!! Greetings of Brazil. Isi.

Inspector H snaps on September 22, 2009

Hi Thomas and Isi Hennka thanks, I was really happy to catch these in the middle of the car park....haven't been able to this year. Greetings from Melbourne. Helen

pink. on March 24, 2011


Inspector H snaps on May 8, 2011

Grazie, greetings from Melbourne.

diannemcd on May 9, 2011

Still one of my favs.

Lloyd. B on March 4, 2012

Just stunning

Inspector H snaps on March 14, 2012

Hi D just a bit late and thanks Lloyd for the visit. This is one of my lucky shots.......perhaps I will ask for a second review........don't fancy my chances.

Garten2013 on November 27, 2013

Hi Inspector H snaps! I would like to ask you if you have the image 12155134.jpg in high resolution. Compliments for the image!

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  • Uploaded on July 16, 2008
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    by Inspector H snaps
    • Taken on 2008/07/16 14:22:58
    • Exposure: 0.003s (1/400)
    • Focal Length: 36.40mm
    • F/Stop: f/3.500
    • ISO Speed: ISO64
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
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