I love dramatic angles ! This Aldabra tortoise is the perfect subject to photograph from unusual angles. This reptile seems to come from the jurassic times and has got incredible textures. The fact that its a very slow moving animal helps a lot... continue reading
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Left:Red-eared slider (Trachemys scripta elegans)Let's start with this picture of a red-eared slider, not a red-footed tortoise, and in fact not a tortoise at all.It's a turtle.Left: Red-footed Tortoise (Chelonoidis carbonaria)What's the difference?Simple:Tortoises are terrestrial, meaning that they spend all their time on land, whether in the desert, the jungle or rocky hillsides.Turtles are aquatic or semi-aquatic, meaning that they have to spend all or a large part of their time... continue reading
Logged on to DT as I do multiple times a day and completely gobsmacked to see one of my images on the Featured Contributer banner! Talk about made my day. I had always assumed this was just for the exclusive photographers so I'm over the moon. Have taken screen shots to preserve this happy ocassion.Sorry, embarrassed at how thrilled I am about this but just had to tell the DT world!!(I should add I had a crappy weekend, hence the excitment, so this has really perked me up again) continue reading
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