A Self Portrait

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beetleman
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A Self Portrait

Post by beetleman »

I can't help it if the sunglasses are distorting my “BowFlex” physique :wink:

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Post by JoanYoung »

An interesting perspective doug. I think I need a pair of these too. :lol:
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Post by Cyclops »

tut tut shameless how some people need to get noticed :wink:
Just kidding Doug, great use of distortion.
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Post by Bruce Williams »

A fine example of Douglasia Bredai if I'm not mistaken. Interesting treatment too. So was the shot taken in habitat or is this a captive specimen?

Btw who took the photo Doug? :D

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Post by beetleman »

Thanks for the comments folks. It is a captive photo (in the natural work habitat). You can see my camera far left in the lens propped up on a basket and I just set the timer. :wink:
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Post by Ken Ramos »

Yeah looks like a T-Rex...no wait a minute, Bow Flex physique to me too there Doug. :lol: Pretty cool pic I think. :D

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