Steps to setting up in manual: First set white balance, second set ISO, then set aperture, and finally your shutter speed. 20 tips.
Dancing Light - The Aurora Australia's 'shimmer' of dancing light with a little Milky Way...
Double Exposures - Andre De Freitas
The Turquoise Parrot (Neophema pulchella) is a parrot previously widespread in Eastern Australia, though now mainly found in northeastern New South Wales and north-eastern Victoria. A small parrot at around 20 cm long, the male is predominantly green in colour and more yellowish below with a bright turquoise blue face and chestnut shoulders on the blue and green wings. Females are generally duller and paler and lack the chestnut wing patch. It is found in grasslands.