This is a discussion on Lissotirton vulgaris within the Photo & Video Gallery forums, part of the Photo Gallery, Video Gallery, Technique and Discussion category; Found this one yesterday in the garden, made some shots and then set it back where I found it : ...
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|30th October 2005||#2 (permalink)|
How do you always manage to take photos in such an amazing quality?!
I found some vulgaris a fortnight ago in our garden... I post the photos, even if they can not compete with yours...
In addition to the vulgaris I also found some alpestris...
Maybe I should take more time for photographing...
|5th November 2005||#3 (permalink)|
Well Ingo thanks for the gentle words on the shots. The key word I think is to know your camera. I don't have a top-level camera (it's a bridge) but I know what it is able to do. On the other hand the animals are also willing to pause while I turn the knobs. This one did, but with Hynobius this is sometimes different , they are damn quick
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