robbiesydney

robbiesydney

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

robbiesydney's recent activity

  • Submitted a challenge entry Happy New Year 2015
    Passion for New Year's Eve Fireworks
    Placed 46th in the challenge. Passion for New Year's Eve Fireworks
  • Submitted a challenge entry Kookaburra Sunset
    Placed 26th in the challenge.
  • Submitted a challenge entry Morning Dews
    Placed 52nd in the challenge.
  • Submitted a challenge entry Silent Morning
    Sydney Harbour early in the morning bathed by the full moon.
    Placed 101st in the challenge. Sydney Harbour early in the morning bathed by the full moon.
  • Submitted a challenge entry Damselflies in Love
    Placed 61st in the challenge.
  • Submitted a challenge entry Red Gum Blossom
    Sydney's Red Gum Blossom
    Placed 30th in the challenge. Sydney's Red Gum Blossom
  • Submitted a challenge entry 'A' Congregation
    Placed 2nd in the challenge.
  • Submitted a challenge entry Pelican Sunset
    Placed 63rd in the challenge.
  • Submitted a challenge entry Supermoon and a Cherub
    Rare Supermoon over Sydney Metropolitan on 11 August 2014 about 15% bigger than usual and 30% brighter, also called Perigee Moon. Observe the cloud formation near the moon it resembles a Cherub about to touch the supermoon.
    Placed 60th in the challenge. Rare Supermoon over Sydney Metropolitan on 11 August 2014 about 15% bigger than usual and 30% brighter, also called Perigee Moon. Observe the cloud formation near the moon it resembles a Cherub about to touch the supermoon.
  • Submitted a challenge entry Wild Beauty
    Wilderness area around Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park close to Sydney Metropolitan area is my source of renewal, peace and quiet with plenty of blue sky, fresh air and exotic miniature wild flowers. The flowers here are: Dillwynia floribunda (Yellow) and Boronia Ledifolia (pink) also called Sydney Boronia. They are tiny flowers each about 1/4 inch or 5mm.
    Placed 85th in the challenge. Wilderness area around Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park close to Sydney Metropolitan area is my source of renewal, peace and quiet with plenty of blue sky, fresh air and exotic miniature wild flowers. The flowers here are: Dillwynia floribunda (Yellow) and Boronia Ledifolia (pink) also called Sydney Boronia. They are tiny flowers each about 1/4 inch or 5mm.
  • Submitted a challenge entry The Unfurling Beauty
    Rainbow Lorikeet perched on the unfurling branch of a Tree Fern. They were consciously perched on the branch without damaging the delicate new shoot of leaves.
    Placed 32nd in the challenge. Rainbow Lorikeet perched on the unfurling branch of a Tree Fern. They were consciously perched on the branch without damaging the delicate new shoot of leaves.
  • Submitted a challenge entry Celestial and Terrestrial Lights
    Lunar Eclipse (Blood Moon) and Lighthouse seen from Central Coast, Australia on October 8, 2014.
    Placed 46th in the challenge. Lunar Eclipse (Blood Moon) and Lighthouse seen from Central Coast, Australia on October 8, 2014.
  • Submitted a challenge entry Supermoon and a Cherub
    Rare Supermoon over Sydney Metropolitan on 11 August 2014 about 15% bigger than usual and 30% brighter, also called Perigee Moon. Observe the cloud formation near the moon it resembles a Cherub about to touch the supermoon.
    Placed 30th in the challenge. Rare Supermoon over Sydney Metropolitan on 11 August 2014 about 15% bigger than usual and 30% brighter, also called Perigee Moon. Observe the cloud formation near the moon it resembles a Cherub about to touch the supermoon.
  • 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 64th 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).
  • F-111 Jet performs a dump and burn over Sydney Harbour. I was caught by surprise as it flew across and lit up the sky, I did not expect this would happened at all.
    Placed 40th in the challenge. F-111 Jet performs a dump and burn over Sydney Harbour. I was caught by surprise as it flew across and lit up the sky, I did not expect this would happened at all.
  • Submitted a challenge entry Deep Purple
    Placed 49th in the challenge.
  • Submitted a challenge entry Robber fly lies 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 The Beauty and the Bees
    Placed 67th in the challenge.
  • Submitted a challenge entry Waratah
    Waratah native to the southeastern parts of Australia. The most well-known species is Telopea speciosissima, which has bright red flowers and is the NSW's state emblem.
    Placed 66th in the challenge. Waratah native to the southeastern parts of Australia. The most well-known species is Telopea speciosissima, which has bright red flowers and is the NSW's state emblem.
  • Submitted a challenge entry Supermoon and a Cherub
    Rare Supermoon over Sydney Metropolitan on 11 August 2014 about 15% bigger than usual and 30% brighter, also called Perigee Moon. Observe the cloud formation near the moon it resembles a Cherub about to touch the supermoon.
    Placed 55th in the challenge. Rare Supermoon over Sydney Metropolitan on 11 August 2014 about 15% bigger than usual and 30% brighter, also called Perigee Moon. Observe the cloud formation near the moon it resembles a Cherub about to touch the supermoon.
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