I just received the new camera strap from MaGear: the HWS High Weight Strap. I was waiting for it cause I needed something both versatile and strong enough for heavier lenses. I now “see the light”!
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Il 24 aprile alle 16:30 presso il Museo di Storia Naturale di Genova sarò dalla parte degli Anfibi e della loro conservazione in occasione del SAVE THE FROGS! DAY e anche della rassegna HerpeThon .
There are some memorable days when some of your higher-ranked wishes on your “most wanted” list really happen. Among mine, I always dreamt to witness the live bearing of a fire salamander (Salamandra salamandra) in the wild.
As a nature photographer I often work in dim light and all alone, so I often need a sturdy but rather light tripod to help me with my camera and flashes. Since I found Feisol tripods they got me. I normally use the CT-3442 Tournament tripod, a medium-size, carbon fiber tripod that only weight about 1 kg. Being made of carbon […]
While at Wayqecha Biological Station on the Andes I photographed this Simulium (Psilopelmia) bicoloratum, also called “that damned sons of a b..ch”, sucking my own blood with permission.
When some days ago I visited the local Apennine pond where thousands montane frogs (Rana temporaria) breed each year I couldn’t believe to my eyes. Instead of seeing the amazing congregation I expected I discovered that the season had still to come, but it’s not all folks! Tens of them where laying dead in the bottom […]
A beautiful embryo of an arboreal salamander (Aneides lugubris) still growing inside the protective shell of the egg.
Today I had the chance to photograph an amazing plant: the dragon flower (Dracunculus vulgaris). It’s probably a non-native species to Italy, with a very scattered and oddly distributed population. It’s peculiarity is in the inflorescence: a big, rotten meat red colored giant spadix towering at even 1 m above the ground with a total size of about […]