This is my first post in the blog. I've never really had before the blog. I'm not much writing. I have always thought that the work speak for itself without having to explain it.I started as a photographer, but it turned out that I am a much better illustrator. Still learning and some things I do not understand exactly how to make Tech.As a start showing some illustrations for Easter.Link to illustration Link to illustration Link to illustration Link... continue reading
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Wildlife photography is generally a waiting game; many times we wait many hours for an animals to appear.We also wait for the best light, generally near dawn and dusk.When the animal does appear, we wait for the animal to turn or move to the best location.Shown above is a Mountain Cottontail Rabbit from Yellowstone National Park.During a walk on the boardwalk at the Mammoth Hot Springs terraces, I noticed a rabbit quickly dart under the boardwalk.Rabbits usually rest during the day and... continue reading
Hi everybody!I have noticed that many of us don't know the concept of Easter icons!For my curiosity, I have tried to find answers to:What was the origin of the Rabbit & the Egg symbols in the Easter?!I have asked some religious people about that, but no clear answers!Then my second source was wikipedia but I got only half answer!!!The rabbit as Easter symbol has came from Germany (Read More) and what I understood is simply that it represents the children that were collecting the... continue reading
What a title, ah?One advise: never shoot first food and after that animals! Or eat the food between the shots!Last night I had my first EL sale here!!! P-EL!!!So, here it is …The bad rabbit. This creek rabbit that ate my beautiful raspberries on the “photo session” and I have never tasted them. But now I forgive him coz he added 20$ to my earnings. :) continue reading
You know you live in the right neighborhood/town/country when you pull the curtains in the morning, and you see a little rabbit in the backyard, nonchalantly taking his/her breakfast on the patch of clover that invaded a corner of your lawn.I managed to overcome my urge to run for the camera (low light, the previous batch of “rabbit in my backyard” still on my computer instead of DT, camera in the basement, etc.) and just sat there watching for a few seconds.Do you have stories of wild life... continue reading
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