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Jean-Paul Ferrero Gallery

Photographs by Jean-Paul Ferrero, the founding photographer of Auscape

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Red-crowned crane (Grus japonensis) Featured Jean-Paul Ferrero Print

Red-crowned crane (Grus japonensis)

Red-crowned crane (Grus japonensis), dancing. Athletic displays are not always in courtship but are thought to lessen aggression, relieve tension, and strengthen bonds between pairs. Kushiro Shitsugen National Park, Hokkaido, Japan

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Animal, Aves, Bird, Brackish, Crane, East Asian, Endangered, Fauna, Freshwater, Gruidae, Gruiformes, Grus, Japanese, Japanese Crane, Manchurian Crane, Migratory, Monogamous, Red Crowned Crane, Sacred, Scarlet Head, Wetlands Habitat, Wildlife

Iron ore train Featured Jean-Paul Ferrero Print

Iron ore train

Iron ore train, northwest of Paraburdoo township (top left), on the edge of Hamersley Range. A typical Pilbara ore train has 240 cars, each carrying up to 110 tonnes, and is up to 3.75 km long. Pilbara region, Western Australia

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Australian Exports, Australian Industries, Australian Mining, Best Of Australia, Extraction Industries, Iron Mining, Mining, Mining Industry, Railways, Trains, Transportation

Macadamia plantation Featured Jean-Paul Ferrero Print

Macadamia plantation

Macadamia plantation. Macadamias (Macadamia integrifolia), native to Australia, are the sole native food plant food grown commercially outside Australia. Australia is the world's largest producer with over 13 million trees and an annual production around 35 000 tonnes. The nuts are collected from the ground where they fall, with hand harvesters, then dehusked by machine. The pressure needed to crack the very hard shell is over 140 kg per sq cm. Sunshine Coast, Queensland, Australia

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