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Wanderer last won the day on March 27 2018

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About Wanderer

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  • Birthday 09/12/1951

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    This Would Hurt

    The spikes on this animal are connected to venom glands. If you brush against them the tips break easily and you are injected with painful venom. A6000 w/24 1.8
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    In natural light with a6000 and 1.8 24.
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    Spring over

    Excellent photography. Very impressed with the second and last. The first I think is unflattering to her as she looks exaggeratedly bow-legged.
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    Yikes those sparkling lips! Well done.
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    Lovely. Has a Renaissance feeling.
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    Bonita chica...mmm...pero flaca. Muy buenas fotos.
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    The first is lovely. Very well done even though I am no fan of b&w.
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    Moroccan veil

    I second the second, more expressive.
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    Omo Valley Tribesman - Ethiopia

    I agree what was wrong with the color original? Black and White lacks interest for me.
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    With Sony a6000 and 24 1.8 in natural light.
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    Winterwonderland from the Austrian Alps with Filloreta

    My God she must be chilly!
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    Remilia Scarlet (Forbidden Garden)

    I like the first and second the best. I think she's a bit lost against the tree in the third. I am familiar with Conceptual Art from the '70s but I don't see how the term "conceptual" applies to these images.
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    Thanks for your comments. I agree about the leaves. It was a brief opportunity and had I had more time I would have tried different aperture settings to soften the leaves.
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    With a6000 and 24 1.8 An endemic Colombian anole: Anolis ventrimaculatus
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    Sleeping Frogmouth

    Pretty well hidden. Looks like our Common Potoo.