No jokes, this is just a very short post that will be followed by other ones soon. I’m just back from a long month in Peru, where I also found a beautiful super giant queen of the bullet ant (Paraponera clavata).
I always called this way, the “Galapagos of wolf spiders”, these nice islands in the Atlantic ocean. They’re far from land, old and quite different from each other.
Questo post per aggiornarvi sui vari eventi in cui sarò presente da qui a fine maggio: proiezioni e incontri in cui parlare di fotografia e natura.
Led by Emanuele Biggi, naturalist and professional wildlife photographer
With the local guide Phillip Conradie (Africa Windows)
Departing June 3rd, return June 17th 2016 (14 days plus flights)
A really complete naturalistic and photographic trip for a small group of people (max 10 people). We’ll visit some of the most amazing zones of the Namib desert, inhabited by unique species of animals and plants.
Led by professional naturalists and photographers Emanuele Biggi and Alessandro Catenazzi With the support of ACCA (Asociación para la Conservación de la Cuenca Amazónica) Departure 24th June and return home on 9th July To register to the trip: firstname.lastname@example.org (NOTE: registrations end at the end of April 2016) A journey to discover the natural and photographic fauna and flora and […]
Some days ago I discovered that I lost some of my archived images from the period 2005-2007, the first years with digital cameras.