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Ted Szukalski

Gallery of fine art photography.

Minnamurra National Park


This photograph from Minnamurra National Park was one of the last photos with my old Tokina 12-24 lens. Few minutes later the I tripped my tripod and the camera with the lens came crushing down on the rocks.

Minnamurra is a very special park as all its paths are made of board walks thus it opens itself to many more people than most national parks. One exception would be the 1.2km walk to the waterfall which climbs quite sharply and thus would not suit a person less fit or able.

Please visit my Minnamura National Park photographic gallery.

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.