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I can't believe how many pictures I shot in this month that I really wanted to keep and even print. Picking stuff to publish was even harder which is why I'm going to group the pictures in two sections; close-ups and animals.
I had bought the Fujifilm 16 mm macro extension ring again after having returned it once before. The first time around I simply didn't know how to approach shooting with it but after some reading and really just having walks with close-ups in mind, it clicked.
The first picture in here still classifies as a close-up, being shot with the macro extension ring and the XF90mmF2 R WR but it's also the picture of a bumble bee butt that I was super happy to capture.
Many of the vineyards around here have dry stone walls which serve as perfect homes for various critters and this little lizard is one of them.
And almost no photo post of mine is complete without a few pictures of dogs. The first picture must be one of my favourite shots of all time, capturing what is in my mind, the most photogenic dog I know. He's absolutely clueless and kind but was very patient with me.
I had almost forgotten they still made them and I'm still giggling about the "Pangolins Posse" video.
My boy fuuuuuuuuucks https://t.co/zu1eLgxr3q— Allen Strickland Williams (@TotallyAllen) April 21, 2018
This male American woodcock has some glide in his stride and some dip in his hip. Here he is performing an early morning "sky dance" to woo the woodcock ladies in springtime at Moosehorn National Wildlife Refuge in Maine. pic.twitter.com/9x2wFx5leJ— Center for Bio Div (@CenterForBioDiv) April 18, 2018
A month that started pretty meager in terms of photography but ended with a bang. At the end of January it was time for the annual company conference, which we spend it on a cruise ship in the Caribbean. This time I took a few days in Miami and Fort Lauderdale beforehand and visited the Everglades National Park.
A friend and I went there fairly early in the morning and rented two bicycles to take a 16-mile round course. It was great and I really want to do it again.
I crouched before this one about two metres away. I had never seen an alligator in the wild before and this was an absolute treat.
This dove was walking on the top deck of the ship like it owned the place. It was very cute.
I never had a shot from a plane window come out this nice.
I can't stop laughing about this picture. The expression on each husky's face is priceless.