• Canon EOS 5D Mark II
  • Adobe Photoshop CS5 Windows
  • 2018:03:05 18:23:54
  • 0.010 s (1/100) (1/100)
  • f/5.0
  • 200
  • 2018:03:05 15:51:04
  • 4.18m
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  • 100.00 (100/1)

Shot Notes

This is a Red-necked Pademelon in the Lamington National Park in Queensland, Australia. They are smaller than Kangaroos and Wallabies but have the same body shape. This one was particularly tame, only the sound of an old diesel engine struggling up the hill made it raise its head from the task of keeping the campsite lawn mowed. The mountain park is surrounded by Gondwanan rainforest and is even cooler than Canungra. It is the first time on this trip it has dipped below the T3 point (trouser transition temperature). Which for me is 27C.

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2 Responses to “Rednecked Pademelon”

  1. 1
    Molly Path:

    Cute! But difficult to determine his size and Wikipedia does not tell me. Does 3T mean a thawb from now on?

  2. 2
    Jason Benz:

    I’m an Aussie now so shorts are the default position unless it gets unseasonably cold.

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