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14th October 2015
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i'm hiding out where you can't see, behind the wall in the back of the room, i'm crawling slowly through the dark and feeling for a punch line
i was definitely most excited about hanging out with the lemurs i met in madagascar, but my favourite animal photo is this one i took in ranomafana. it's a moss stick insect, and this was pretty much the only angle where you could actually see the creature. from above it's ridiculously well camouflaged against the big mossy stick it inhabits that i was amazed our guide even saw it there. i'm also particularly proud of this photo as the conditions at the time were really inhospitable. it was raining heavily for every second we were walking, and the rainforest canopy wasn't doing a great job at preventing the water from falling onto me or my camera. i felt like i was taking a risk every time i exposed my camera to the wet conditions, so i'm grateful that i emerged from the rainforest with a functioning camera along with this pretty exposure inside.

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i've posted 154 photos taken with my nikon d5300 - here are the last few i posted - view the rest here

i've posted 49 photos taken with a shutter speed of 1/640 sec - here are the last few i posted - view the rest here

i've posted 40 photos taken with an aperture of f/3.2 - here are the last few i posted - view the rest here

i've posted 70 photos taken with a focal length of 35.0 mm - here are the last few i posted - view the rest here

this is the only picture i've posted taken on 6th September 2015

14/10/2015
i'm hiding out where you can't see
i was definitely most excited about hanging out with the lemurs i met in madagascar, but my favourite animal photo is this one i took in ranomafana. it's a moss stick insect, and this was pretty much the only angle where you could actually see the creature. from above it's ridiculously well camouflaged against the big mossy stick it inhabits that i was amazed our guide even saw it there. i'm also particularly proud of this photo as the conditions at the time were really inhospitable. it was raining heavily for every second we were walking, and the rainforest canopy wasn't doing a great job at preventing the water from falling onto me or my camera. i felt like i was taking a risk every time i exposed my camera to the wet conditions, so i'm grateful that i emerged from the rainforest with a functioning camera along with this pretty exposure inside.

here's the original