heya, been a while...

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heya, been a while...

Post by mowse »

It has been quite a while since i've posted; been so busy getting my photography business off the ground while still holding my career job. :roll:

I hope everyone is well!

XTi | 100mm f/2.8 | 20mm tube | 430EX for fill flash

This little guy lives in my greenhouse, feasting on all of the little insects that find their way in but cannot find their way back out.
A pacific northwest treefrog also has been living in there for two years... perhaps someday the two will meet and the tables will be turned.

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Post by salden »

These guys are so cute and this is a nice image of him. I visited your website and it is laid out nicely. Good luck with your photography business. I know it can be a pain to keep up with while working another job.

Welcome back...
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Post by beetleman »

Welcome back mowse. An excellent capture..this guy is screaming "look at me, look at me". I like the angle and the curve of the leaf, gives it a lot of depth.
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Post by Mike B in OKlahoma »

Welcome back, Mowse, and come see us when you have a chance. Nice shot of the little guy here.
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Post by mowse »

Thanks! Heading into the Olympics in about two weeks. I'm looking forward to the wildflower fields.
Also going to spend some time along the beaches working the tidal pools. Should be some excellent oppotunities for closeup work.

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