Aussie Native Critters

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  1. luckydog

    luckydog TPF Noob!

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    Been a long time between picture posts for me, but here's a few animals from "Down Under" that you don't want to mess with :)

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    This last one may look small, but is actually about 2 feet long!! ;) Everything is bigger in Oz!

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    Nice shots Lucky.
     
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    amazing
     
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    Good set of photos. especially #3, love the green colour of the grasshopper. Well it looks like a grasshopper to my unexpert eyes.
     
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    Beautiful creatures! Actually your photos make we want to pet them.
     
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    Love # 1. How did you take it? I mean, were you in the water? And what kind of creature is it?
     
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    I was wondering if you was in the water also, and how close did you get to the monitor(I love those things but they can be a little mean hehe)
     
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    Beautiful! I also really like #3.....I think that bit of blue in the background makes the photo. Glad you're back to posting!
     
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    Wonderful shots! You nailed #1!
     
  10. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Beautiful photos!
    What is it in Photo 1 and also in Photo 2? Why is the animal in Photo 2 one you would not want to mess with?

    And 3 looks like you invited that "grasshopper" into your STUDIO.
    Did you?
    Or how did you bring out this DOF, these colours, this light?
    Was it just there, you saw it, saw the sky in the background and took the photo? Lucky Dog, you are!!! ;)
     
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    photo 2 is a monitor, they can be pretty mean from time to time and their tails can cause a lot of damage :O
     
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    Did you say that the grass hopper is TWO FEET LONG? :shock:
     

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