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Male Amur Tiger | Mirko

Shot through glass

★ Location: ZOO Sauvage de Saint-Félicien [link]

Lens: Canon 70-200mm f/2.8L IS II USM


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Male Amur Tiger | Sashka, he has around 9 or 10 months

★ Location: ZOO Sauvage de Saint-Félicien [link]

Camera: Canon EOS 50D
Lens: Canon EF 75-300mm f/4-5.6

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Camera: Canon EOS 5D Mark II
Lens: Canon 70-200mm f/2.8L IS II USM | Canon EF 2X II Extender


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in the yard of course.
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With some mites....
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The longhorn beetles (Cerambycidae; also known as long-horned beetles or longicorns) are a cosmopolitan family of beetles, typically characterized by extremely long antennae, which are often as long as or longer than the beetle's body. In various members of the family, however, the antennae are quite short (e.g., Neandra brunnea, figured below) and such species can be difficult to distinguish from related beetle families such as Chrysomelidae. The family is large, with over 20,000 species described, slightly more than half from the Eastern Hemisphere. Several are serious pests, with the larvae boring into wood, where they can cause extensive damage to either living trees or untreated lumber (or, occasionally, to wood in buildings; the old-house borer, Hylotrupes bajulus, being a particular problem indoors). A number of species mimic ants, bees, and wasps, though a majority of species are cryptically colored. The rare titan beetle (Titanus giganteus) from northeastern South America is often considered the largest (though not the heaviest, and not the longest including legs) insect, with a maximum known body length of just over 16.7 centimetres (6.6 in).

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The spider family Deinopidae consists of stick-like elongate spiders that build unusual webs that they suspend between the front legs. When prey approaches, the spider will stretch the net to two or three times its relaxed size and propel itself onto the prey, entangling it in the web. Because of this, they are also called net-casting spiders. Their excellent night-vision adapted posterior median eyes allow them to cast this net over potential prey items. These eyes are so large in comparison to the other six eyes that the spider seems to have only two eyes.

The genus Deinopis is the best known in this family. Spiders in this genus are also called ogre-faced spiders, due to the similarity between their appearance and that of the mythological creature, the ogre. It is distributed nearly worldwide in the tropics, from Australia to Africa and the Americas. In Florida, Deinopis often hangs upside-down from a silk line under palmetto fronds during the day. It emerges at night to practice its unusual prey capture method.

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Dolomedes is a genus of large spiders of the family Pisauridae. They are also known as fishing spiders, raft spiders, dock spiders or wharf spiders. Almost all Dolomedes species are semi-aquatic, with the exception of the tree-dwelling D. albineus of the southwestern United States. Many species have a striking pale stripe down each side of the body.

They hunt by waiting at the edge of a pool or stream, then when they detect the ripples from prey, they run across the surface to subdue it using their foremost legs, which are tipped with small claws; like other spiders they then inject venom with their hollow jaws to kill and digest the prey. They mainly eat insects, but some larger species are able to catch small fish. They can also climb beneath the water, when they become encased in a silvery film of air.

There are over a hundred species of Dolomedes throughout the world; examples include Dolomedes aquaticus, a forest-stream species of New Zealand, the raft spider (D. fimbriatus), which lives in bogs in Europe, and the great raft spider (D. plantarius), which lives in fens, also in Europe. Many species are large, some with females up to 26 mm (1.0 in) long with a leg span of 80 mm (3.1 in).

Dolomedes spiders are covered all over in short, velvety hairs which are unwettable (hydrophobic). This allows them to use surface tension to stand or run on the water, like pond skaters. They can also climb beneath the water, and then air becomes trapped in the body hairs and forms a thin film over the whole surface of the body and legs, giving them the appearance of fine polished silver. Like other spiders, Dolomedes breathe with book lungs beneath their abdomens, and these open into the air film, allowing the spiders to breathe while submerged. The trapped air makes them very buoyant and if they do not hold onto a rock or a plant stem they float to the surface where they pop onto the surface film, completely dry.

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So my photographer Mike Schalk went shopping and bought a bunch of cool tees, and he loved them so much that he contacted the supplier! The supplier of Bowery Supply Co sent him a few freebies, only asking for a couple photos of him wearing them for his blog. Well, Mike mentioned that he is a professional photographer, and the next day there were 25 shirts at his door!
I cut 3 of them and wore them in this super cool road trip style shoot in a vintage VW buss (thank you Jess for letting us use your sweet ride and for taking care of us in the Florida summer heat haha).
I think the supplier will like the shots! :D

Photo by Michael Schalk www.flickr.com/photos/thatkids…
Buss via Jess
Shirts from boweryclothing.com/
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Photo by Duy Truong: [link]
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Photo by Duy Truong :iconduysphotoshoots:

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Taken in Leadville, Clorado
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Taken in Lincoln City, Oregon
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Swarm of bats. Mulu National Park, Sarawak, Borneo.

D300s, TCx2, Nikkor 70-300 VR
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Captured yesterday... Cyanistes caeruleus

D300s, Nikkor 70-300VR
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Very young Limacodidae moth caterpillar.

D700, extension tubes, Nikkor Micro 60/2.8D, SB-900 and SB-800
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Model Ilya
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Model Anna
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Model Andrei
Kiev
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Both of them are using Nefera bodys :D

-MHSQ
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A quick teaser of some of my new customs coming soon!! :D:D

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She was very lovely when she was young! I think her hair came out very cute :)

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Duckling entering my lens ;)
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This Blue Tit flew against a window and fell down.
He must have had a terrible headache and it really looked miserable...
After half an hour luck turned out to be on his side and he seemed to feel much better.....:phew:


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