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First macro day out with the new camera. Very much an improvement over my old E-M5mkII.

Wolf Eel
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Longfin Gunnel
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Two "Clown" nudibranchs, Triopha modesta
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Thank you all for viewing and the kind responses.
 
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I wanted to thank you all for viewing and your reactions.
 
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Could I just say, I love your profile picture - would you care to share the story of the capybara in a pet bed with us?
Haha thanks! A few years ago I started using animals in usernames while registering for websites, forums, social media apps.
That sort of became my thing. Like Elegant elephant, Twitchy monkey, Giant goat, Average sloth etc. Usually those names would come from whatever NatGeo documentary I'm watching or in this case my work. I used to work on a tool called Capybara, a boring automation software... You could guess how I arrived at that name 😅
From there I wanted a suitable profile pic. Expectedly, Reddit (where else) has a sub dedicated to Capybaras where people post random photos Capybaras doing Capybara things.. like sleeping..
 

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Haha thanks! A few years ago I started using animals in usernames while registering for websites, forums, social media apps.
That sort of became my thing. Like Elegant elephant, Twitchy monkey, Giant goat, Average sloth etc. Usually those names would come from whatever NatGeo documentary I'm watching or in this case my work. I used to work on a tool called Capybara, a boring automation software... You could guess how I arrived at that name 😅
From there I wanted a suitable profile pic. Expectedly, Reddit (where else) has a sub dedicated to Capybaras where people post random photos Capybaras doing Capybara things.. like sleeping..
That's one of the most Reddit stories I ever heard :p ... can't say much as I my user name came from a National Geographic many moons ago :p
 

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deer rut, the netherlands
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Dendronotus albus from my dive yesterday.

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Moose in Grand Teton National Park:
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Fluffed. Got this yesterday.
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One evening in Valley of Fire Nevada State Park last week, these desert big horn sheep (ewes) were coming down a steep cliff when I first saw them. They proceeded to cross a flat in front of me and then down into a gully on their way to a water hole. They make interesting subjects but would have preferred to seen a ram also.
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I was going through some of my old files and found these from a trip to Rocky Mountain National Park 10 years ago. We always would go to Colorado and meet up with a guide we knew for dinner and he would take us around to the hot spots. On this trip, we also went to Mt. Evans for the Rocky Mountain Goats. We found them away from the road. We also photographed in the park with the last shot being one in which my wife was taking photos of the sunrise when this deer just happened to pass by her. She was unable to get to the camera in time and our guide friend was down the road a bit setting up for his landscape shots. I got the only shot of this deer. Nikon D2x with 300mm 2.8 and 80-200 2.8.



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E-M1X- 40-150 f2.8 pro- ISO400- 1/1600s - F7.1
Got this morning.
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