These little honey eaters often flit around the garden checking out flowers for nectar. They are fairly shy and usually fly off when they spot you.
I took this shot quickly and it was very under-exposed but nice and sharp, so I edited in RAW just to see how well the shadows would pull up from the EM1 II.
2 thoughts on “New Holland Honeyeater”
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