About

Welcome to my blog. And thank you for taking the time to read it.

I have been a photographer for over fifty years, having fired the passion with the the purchase of my first camera – a Kodak Box Brownie – when I was 12 years of age.

UPDATE: I thought it was about time to update this About Page. About six months ago I retired from my job; and, as they say I retired from work, not from life. I have never had so much time to practice my photography., especially bird photography. Many of my bird photographs are posted at Twitter where you can follow me and view my bird shots.

Twitter: @fred_od_photo

Please Note: All images appearing in this blog are original photographs taken by me. They may not be used for any reason without my permission. If you wish to use them for any reason, or purchase a print of one, please contact me.

CONTACT: odonnellfred@gmail.com

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36 thoughts on “About

  1. I remember those old box Brownies.. had one for years πŸ™‚ I also like the large photos on your blog. thanks for visiting my blog and for the follow. I’ll be following your new posts as well.

  2. Fred, thanks for visiting my blog. I love your format with the big format photos. The birds and flowers are great! and I would like to know more about sildlife in Australia. I look forward to reading more of your posts.

  3. Hi Fred! Thanks for visiting my blog, liking some posts and following. I appreciate it. I am enjoying your work and look forward to seeing more. Blessings, Robyn

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  5. Hey Fred,

    Thanks for all of your support through Twitter and congrats on retirement! I’m 12 years away and it can’t come fast enough. I love how passionate you are with your photos and keep up the great work. Maybe one day when one of us makes the trek across the ocean we can get out for a shoot.

    Kevin

    • Thank you, Kevin. Keep working towards that retirement, I’ve never been this contented in a long time. I would love to photo shoot with you, you never know what the future holds. I could certainly show you some great places here.

  6. Funny to read your gravatar, I think I like the same things as you do .. πŸ™‚ although I don’t have any bird photo’s on my blog, I’ve really loved them since I was little. And I’m best mates with my Olympus camera, and Apple too πŸ˜‰

  7. Fred,
    Wow! That full frontal photo of your Grey Goshawk is stunning. I’m transfixed by those RED eyes. Any bird or rodent that has those 2 eyes approaching it at 90 mph is ……………………..
    Jeff Zablow

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