Long time no see. Sorry, I haven't posted on the forum for sometime. Took these about a month ago in our front yard. I can't identify them, although, I think they could be Snowshoe Hares.
What do you think?
Do beautiful things need a reason to share? Here's Iris on a Sunday. Enjoy.
- Some experimentation shots in my backyard. These two shots are in broad daylight with flash and a black backdrop. It seems to me black background is too formal, no?
- My model started getting hot, so he asked...
I have some extra silkworms.
50 large silkworms (1.5 - 2 inch) $15.50 shipped
50 very large silkworms (2 - 3 inch) $17.50 shipped
USPS Priority (2-3 day) shipping to continental USA from Cleveland, OH.
Please pm for availability. PayPal accepted.
I felt that this photo deserves its own thread.
For some reason this recent shot of Kermit the female Veiled reminded me Jack Nicholson's infamous "Here's Johnny!" line in The Shining.
Agree/Disagree? Have a better "Here's Johnny!" face? :eek:
This is Chestnut. Female Ambilobe panther. She's 1.5 years old and never laid a single egg. Go figure :confused:
I have a feeling if humans had tails, they would do the same thing from time to time.
Kego is a Japanese term for young silkworms. I always wanted to take better photos these awesome creatures, but it has been cold here lately to hatch some. Last week, I set up an aquarium with a heat pad to incubate the silkworms. This allowed me to hatch 1+ year old silkworm eggs stored in our...
I picked up a few HWs this last reptile show. Wanted to get some macro photos of the unique creatures. This pictured one was 9.9 grams. The size of them compared to silkies are astounding. Almost a small pet!
I betcha you didn't know they were this hairy. :eek:
The Magnifications are 1:1 and...
I know, this is something totally unrelated to chameleons unless you know of chams that demand silence. Even then, I'm not sure if it's proven that they don't hear sound waves. I'm selling this on eBay as well.
If you want to buy it for the set price, please PM me.
Continuing the series of macro photographs with another thread. This time it's our Ambilobe, Iris. These macros were taken while he was awake, although he was a bit furious at first, he calmed down as I wasn't moving too much. Working distance from the lens is about 1 inch. If you have...