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Ted Szukalski

Gallery of fine art photography.

Somerby Falls – after a rain


This Wednesday we had over 120mm of rain overnight. I went to visit Somersby falls in the morning to see the effect the rain would have on the otherwise very placid picnic area. I did expect a lot more water but nowhere near as much it proved to be.

The fall was alive with huge volumes of brown water gashing through the stones. Usually you can walk right to the main face of the fall, that would be very dangerous on the day. I have added few new photographs to the Somersby gallery. Explore and enjoy.

Bush Turkey – Alectura lathami


Bush turkey is common on the eastern coast of Australia. It inhabits rainforest, including dry scrubs, from Cape York Peninsula south along the coast to about the Hawkesbury River (Central Coast) in NSW. It is a large bird, reaching 60–75cm in length and has a wingspan of 85cm. Males and females are of similar size.