Gary Faulkner

Gary Faulkner

Posted on 08/31/2014


Photo taken on August 20, 2014


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Bali
Indonesia
Nusa Dua
Blue Tailed Bee-eater


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Photo replaced on August 31, 2014
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Blue-tailed Bee-eaters

Blue-tailed Bee-eaters
Enjoyed a great day's birdwatching with Sumadi of Bali Bird Walks starting at Nusa Dua

Nature Exposed, Ian Kirk have particularly liked this photo


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Levina de Ruijter
Levina de Ruijter
I've been away for a bit and am catching up. I've browsed a great deal of your photographs of South-East Asia and they are great. What a trip that must have been. All the different species of birds and then apes, elephants, cats, frogs, butterflies, bugs, you name it. Far too many for me to comment individually. But what a pity you're not more actively involved here at ipernity as your work deserves more attention. I very much enjoyed the tour of Indonesia, Malaysia, Borneo and what other parts of the region I saw. Great work, Gary.
4 years ago.
Gary Faulkner has replied to Levina de Ruijter
Thanks Levina and thanks for looking. I am afraid its all a question of time. I have spent nearly every spare moment since our return processing images. I try and keep up with my contacts on that other site as not many of them moved over. I really use Ipernity as my own on line photo album so sometimes it is a bit self indulgent but that's because they are the images I like looking at. I am glad you like looking at them too. Sometimes I actually quite like the fact this site is quieter and I can post things on here that I don't particularly want to share with a wider audience.
4 years ago. Edited 4 years ago.
Levina de Ruijter has replied to Gary Faulkner
Interesting, Gary. I myself was contemplating going back to flickr also because the handful of flickr friends that came here with me, all returned to flickr. ipernity is very nice but also very small and it's difficult to find people who are not part of the spam gang. So I was just thinking that maybe I could be active on both sites and keep things separate: ipernity for the non-birds fun stuff that I also do these days and flickr for my birds. If I go back to flickr, well, most of my contacts on flickr became that because of my bird shots and they're not too interested in my other stuff, while at ipernity it doesn't matter much what I post because I have very few contacts here and most will comment no matter what I post. I just renewed my flickr pro account, just to keep my options open. Anyway, it's just interesting to read how you use ipernity. :)
4 years ago.
Nature Exposed
Nature Exposed
Agree with Ian, stunning shot!
4 years ago.