I was fortunate enough to spend a few days in the Dryandra Nature Reserve in 2011 with several other nature photographers. On one of the days, I set up the hide in the perfect location and awaited the imminent arrival of some of the local bird life and in time along came a group of wrens. Despite it’s seasonal regalia, the male it is a very shy bird and doesn’t often sit proudly in areas of sparse foliage and prefers to sit in deep within cover. Today was a little different and he sat out and called for us all.
This image is my second to be selected into the ANZANG exhibition in recent years and from feedback has been seen across the continent and beyond.