robbiesydney

robbiesydney

Lives in Australia Sydney, Australia
Joined on Apr 12, 2009

robbiesydney's recent activity

  • Submitted a challenge entry The Kiss of Light
    Light shines through two birds in love
    Placed 47th in the challenge. Light shines through two birds in love
  • Submitted a challenge entry The Perfumed Garden
    Placed 53rd in the challenge.
  • Submitted a challenge entry Blue Moon
    Full Moon rise over Sydney Harbour blue water.
    Placed 57th in the challenge. Full Moon rise over Sydney Harbour blue water.
  • Submitted a challenge entry Stargate
    Double Rainbow over Aboriginal Sacred Site in Wahroonga, Australia.

Look at the top left corner, there was a jetliner about to enter the stargate.
    Placed 67th in the challenge. Double Rainbow over Aboriginal Sacred Site in Wahroonga, Australia. Look at the top left corner, there was a jetliner about to enter the stargate.
  • Submitted a challenge entry Moth Catcher
    Australian Orb Weaving Spider (E. transmarina) catching a moth in my garden. When the moth flew into the web, the spider detected its vibration, crawled out from the center of the web and rapidly wrapped it in silk, rotating it with its shorter middle legs. then it administered a bite with its deadly venom. The spider then took the moth to the center of the web and consumed it (sometimes it attach it on the web to be eaten later).
    Placed 65th in the challenge. Australian Orb Weaving Spider (E. transmarina) catching a moth in my garden. When the moth flew into the web, the spider detected its vibration, crawled out from the center of the web and rapidly wrapped it in silk, rotating it with its shorter middle legs. then it administered a bite with its deadly venom. The spider then took the moth to the center of the web and consumed it (sometimes it attach it on the web to be eaten later).
  • Submitted a challenge entry Magpie's Moon
    Early in the morning and the Australian Magpie watching the moon setting in the West.
    Placed 24th in the challenge. Early in the morning and the Australian Magpie watching the moon setting in the West.
  • Submitted a challenge entry Roses in Love
    Placed 44th in the challenge.
  • Submitted a challenge entry Moth Catcher
    Australian Orb Weaving Spider (E. transmarina) catching a moth in my garden. When the moth flew into the web, the spider detected its vibration, crawled out from the web center and rapidly wrapped it in silk, rotating it with its shorter middle legs. then it administered a bite with its deadly venom. The spider then took the moth to the center of the web and consumed it (sometimes they attach it on the web to be eaten later).
    Placed 41st in the challenge. Australian Orb Weaving Spider (E. transmarina) catching a moth in my garden. When the moth flew into the web, the spider detected its vibration, crawled out from the web center and rapidly wrapped it in silk, rotating it with its shorter middle legs. then it administered a bite with its deadly venom. The spider then took the moth to the center of the web and consumed it (sometimes they attach it on the web to be eaten later).
  • Submitted a challenge entry MoonCatcher
    Australian Orb Weaving Spider (E. transmarina) in my garden. Look closely on its abdomen the face of a devil with evil eyes and pointed ears. The moon on its Waxing Gibbous phase on Sunday evening, 10 PM, 9 February 2014.
    Placed 40th in the challenge. Australian Orb Weaving Spider (E. transmarina) in my garden. Look closely on its abdomen the face of a devil with evil eyes and pointed ears. The moon on its Waxing Gibbous phase on Sunday evening, 10 PM, 9 February 2014.
  • Submitted a challenge entry MoonCatcher
    Australian Orb Weaving Spider (E. transmarina)  in my garden. Look closely on its abdomen the face of a devil with evil eyes and pointed ears.
The moon on its Waxing Gibbous phase on Sunday evening, 10 PM, 9 February 2014.
    Placed 9th in the challenge. Australian Orb Weaving Spider (E. transmarina) in my garden. Look closely on its abdomen the face of a devil with evil eyes and pointed ears. The moon on its Waxing Gibbous phase on Sunday evening, 10 PM, 9 February 2014.
  • Submitted a challenge entry Robber fly lie in wait
    Common Yellow Robber Fly, Ommatius sp. This strange fly can catch flying insect mid flight and then suck them dry. I took this picture in my garden in Sydney Australia and it is very tame, I can get my lens very close to it.
    Placed 15th in the challenge. Common Yellow Robber Fly, Ommatius sp. This strange fly can catch flying insect mid flight and then suck them dry. I took this picture in my garden in Sydney Australia and it is very tame, I can get my lens very close to it.
  • Submitted a challenge entry Light Synergy
    Full Moon rising over Sydney Heads
    Placed 27th in the challenge. Full Moon rising over Sydney Heads
  • Submitted a challenge entry Moth with Cats and Human Eyes on Wings
    In the middle of the night I stumbled into this intriguing creature.  I never seen eyes on wings that looks so realistic both cats eyes and human eyes.
    Placed 106th in the challenge. In the middle of the night I stumbled into this intriguing creature. I never seen eyes on wings that looks so realistic both cats eyes and human eyes.
  • Submitted a challenge entry Heavenly Blessing
    Placed 28th in the challenge.
  • Submitted a challenge entry Sweet Reward
    Placed 51st in the challenge.
  • Submitted a challenge entry Damselflies in Love
    Placed 93rd in the challenge.
  • Submitted a challenge entry The Beauty and the Bees
    It is not easy to capture fast moving bees but when you succeed it is a pleasure to see the result as it is frozen in time.
    Placed 62nd in the challenge. It is not easy to capture fast moving bees but when you succeed it is a pleasure to see the result as it is frozen in time.
  • Submitted a challenge entry Robber fly lay in wait
    Common Yellow Robber Fly, Ommatius sp. This strange fly can catch flying insect mid flight and then suck them dry. I took this picture in my garden in Sydney Australia and it is very tame, I can get my lens very close to it.
    Placed 6th in the challenge. Common Yellow Robber Fly, Ommatius sp. This strange fly can catch flying insect mid flight and then suck them dry. I took this picture in my garden in Sydney Australia and it is very tame, I can get my lens very close to it.
  • Submitted a challenge entry Hoverfly in Yellow
    Hoverflies are common throughout the world and can be found on all continents except Antarctica. Hoverflies are harmless to most other animals despite their mimicry of more dangerous wasps and bees, which serves to ward off predators (Wikipedia).
    Placed 65th in the challenge. Hoverflies are common throughout the world and can be found on all continents except Antarctica. Hoverflies are harmless to most other animals despite their mimicry of more dangerous wasps and bees, which serves to ward off predators (Wikipedia).
  • Submitted a challenge entry Red Gum Blossom
    Sydney's Red Gum Blossom
    Placed 64th in the challenge. Sydney's Red Gum Blossom
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