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James Doyle Photography
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Professional nature photographer, educator and mentor. Interested in promoting the "craft" of natural history photography and our understanding of nature and the environment.
Professional nature photographer, educator and mentor. Interested in promoting the "craft" of natural history photography and our understanding of nature and the environment.

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Join me for a lazy morning of nature photography, as we search for life in the undergrowth at Karawatha Forest on Sunday 6th August. This fieldtrip is low cost and morning tea is provided. Details and booking can be found at https://www.jamesdoylephoto.com/?p=39101
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These days everyone wants to have their story told and recognised. Just remember this though, no matter how much we want our story known, "In the end, we'll all become stories." - Margaret Atwood
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This guy was fined $82.15 for wilfully and brutally killing little penguins in Tasmania and to add salt to any animal lovers wounds he is bragging about it on social media. You can help by signing the petition to have his sentence reviewed.
https://chn.ge/2MJRNg9
Thanks!
James
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Check out the details for the 2018 Ipswich Enviroplan Photographic Competition! There is even free fieldtrips!
https://www.jamesdoylephoto.com/?p=41874
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James Doyle Photography would like to take this opportunity in wishing everyone a happy and safe holiday season for 2017.
https://www.jamesdoylephoto.com/?p=41421
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Understanding Depth of Field in Photography
https://www.jamesdoylephoto.com/?p=14872
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“When words become unclear, I shall focus with photographs. When images become inadequate, I shall be content with silence.”
ANSEL ADAMS
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An update to our Australian Wood Duck (Chenonetta jubata) sage! I have just seen a little tiny fluffy head stick up near the entrance to the nesting box. I have no idea how many ducking might be in there or when they might parachute out. No photos yet.
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Well there you go! I watched the Totally Wild episode this morning and to be honest I think Totally Wild presented me rather well. ;-)

If you missed it, you can watch it here https://tenplay.com.au/channel-eleven/totally-wild/season-24/episode-156
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