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My name is Tatiana Ronderos and I am the producer of an ultra low budget film called Bluefish. We are looking for footage for a fake documentary that would be playing in the back during a zoom conversations between two of our characters. We really like your footage and we were wonder if we could use a few second of it. Please let me know if this would be possible.
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Wonderful site and fantastic photos. I would love to use one of your images as a reference for an artwork. I have sent you an email.
Hope to hear from you soon.
We are a group of journalism students from The University of Melbourne . We are working for a multimedia story to be created for publication in The Citizen, the online magazine of the University of Melbourne's Centre for Advancing Journalism. A video, audio and images will be included in our project.
Our story is about the condition of the endangered skink, Eulamprus tympanum. We saw your video about the Eulamprus tympanum. We are really interested in it. .
Could we use your video about the Eulamprus tympanum in our project ?
Hello Greg, I just viewed your youtube clips of an Eastern Water Dragon feeding on Gudgeons in Sydney and the creek alongside the Darwin Walk at Wentworth Falls - both with crayfish. I haven't seen any crays/yabbies since bushwalking in the Blue Mountains as a kid, some 40-odd years ago. Terrible news about the pesticide damage, glad to hear the creek has recovered. Thank you for having the patience to capture these amazing wildlife scenes.
Hello from France.
Very good site.Good pictures.
Australia is realy a very nice country. It is my dream!
Awesome galleries. I can learn alot just by looking at your pictures.
Greg, I liked your frog album and had a question. In the "Mouthful" photo, is it normal for the Dahl's frog to try to eat another frog that large?I do not see many frogs in Phoenix, Arizona , and thought it odd for a frog to take such a large meal. Thank you again, Dennis.