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  • Wild Iguanas

    by Guayaquilwriter | 20th of November, 2011

    One of the great things about living in Ecuador, there are lots of things to shoot - like the wild land iguanas that are everywhere. They run from mere babies of about 6 inches, to well over three feet long. Here are just some I've shot. The secret to capturing images of... More
  • one year later, one year better

    by Taragolden | 11th of November, 2008

    I'm coming up on a year on DT.. I still havent broken the $100 barrier but i do have to say i have learned a lot and I think my images have improved as a result of being on the site. I also enjoy being able to use the site to pick up images for the short online videos i... More
  • Cute animals, and they bite

    by Dcwcreations | 23rd of August, 2007

    I believe a lot of phtographers love the great nature shot when they see one. The problem is when you see a great shot, and get so involved in it that you forget this isn't a nice little puppy. This Iguana is a good example. I didn't have my telephoto on so I just eased myself... More

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