Black Swan

Black Swan
Photographed by:Michael Seyfort on Sat 26th Sep, 2015 and uploaded on Mon 7th Aug, 2017 .
Resolution:1400x960
Viewed:75
ID:26966
Comment:Black Swans in a fierce dispute.
Equipment:Canon 1Dx EF 600mm f/4L IS II USM + 1.4x.
Location:Werribee (Victoria)
Keywords:adult
You already have an outstanding request to download this image for non-commercial purposes. You may cancel this request by clicking on the button below and waiting for confirmation that your request has been noted. When you have selected all the images that you require, go to 'My Download Requests' (under Photo Gallery) and submit your request by clicking 'Add Request' and filling out the details. You will be advised of the result by email. Note that cookies MUST be enabled for this to work.
You may request download of this image for non-commercial purposes. A request that meet the usage rights of this image will be automatically approved; a request that does not meet the usage rights will be referred to the photographer. The usage rights of this image are: Any non-commercial educational or conservation use by any requestor, excluding personal use. For further details of image usage rights, see here. Request the image by clicking on the button below and waiting for confirmation that your request has been noted. When you have selected all the images that you require, go to 'My Download Requests' (under Photo Gallery) and submit your request by clicking 'Add Request' and filling out the details. You will be advised of the result by email. Note that cookies MUST be enabled for this to work.
Previous1060/1642 in New ImagesNext
Previous212/222 by Michael SeyfortNext
Previous89/91 of Black SwanNext
Previous949/993 of Ducks, Geese and SwansNext
Previous15344/16198 OverallNext
Use the arrows at the left and Right hand side of this page to display the Next/Previous photographs in that group, or click on one of the blue links above to start a slide show in that group (group slide shows are only allowed if there are less than 1000 images in the group).

CONTACT US

The easiest way to contact us is by emailing us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

The Our People page, in the About Us section, contains email links to each of the committee members.