American photographer fails to snap Australian night parrot by Julie Chevalier

‘I carry little equipment. Taking three giant steps forward is quicker and less intrusive than screwing on a telephoto lens,’ Diane Arbus told fellow wildlife photographers. She showed little interest in rows of Australian night parrots preserved in drawers at the Australian Museum, ‘like on a contact sheet.’

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