The Ruddy Turnstone (Arenaria interpres) is a small wading bird, one of two species of turnstone in the genus Arenaria. It is now classified in the sandpiper family Scolopacidae but was formerly sometimes placed in the plover family Charadriidae.
From left to right then, the male and the female. I only get on try (3-4 pictures) with this one by chance successful. The ducks group took-off to join the other riverside, far away.
Also named “seagull” and very common in Australia. I know… it's not a crocodile (but yes it also attack!). For crocos., don't worry, pictures will be posted right there on my gallery!
I just figured out I didn't post any macro for quite some time; so I decided to go out this past tuesday and make some. Adjustments are relatively basics here, I tried to enhance colors from an initial much more dull picture, to get a result closer to “what I've seen”.
This picture was taken in the Landes region (France). To avoid an high contrast due to the direct sunlight, I've made shadows above the subject. The resulted picture was nice but too dull, so I've adjusted the picture this way (you can compare we the original photo right above, by using the comparison feature).
1:1 Ratio 2:1 Ratio This is an hairy squirrel you can only see on Himalayan Irish beaches. It's easily tamable, you can even ride it when it's adult (ok, here it's a baby). It used to be mixed up with a spider, however, who already ride a spider? Another earmark for adjacent identification which don't […]