harmbr

harmbr

Lives in New Zealand (Aotearoa) Auckland, New Zealand (Aotearoa)
Joined on Apr 13, 2009

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  • Argosarchus horridus munching away on one of our strawberry plants. Bristly stick insect about 15 cm long open up 100%  and see the saliva Argosarchus horridusis also known as Bristly Stick insect ...
  • Years ago when it was still a stocked item I had the choice between a new "Bigma" or a 12-60; I opted for the 12-60, later thinking I should have bought the "Bigma" first and a year later the 12-60. ...
  • Thanks Thane for starting this thread. Thank you Mister Cat, just ordered myself a Xmas present, had already given up hope finding that lens in NZ. (Hope I'm lucky and that lens wasn't sold yet, ...
  • Very nice, and well done. The second one could be the backdrop a scene of a modern action movie the way you rendered the colours. The good thing of cold freezing weather is that air is clear, no ...
  • lovely photos Roel. You have found your own style in this field. My favorite of "the rejects": the classroom scene, love that pose and the look. Hope you can do something with a PDF as I also would ...
  • Replied in Want to share
    Thank you all, it's always good to share :) @ Roel, your link took me back to some good times. ( the days when we were young and foolish, now middle aged and still foolish :) ) @ Dimitri: ...
  • Created discussions Want to share
    A lot of the time photography for me is about catching that moment. Today that moment was at 20:38. Sunset as seen from our deck Was sitting with my back to this display, watching television, when ...
  • Love the first one for the colours, and the last one for the structure. Cheers Harm
  • Difficult choice first one or second both are beautiful. Cheers, Harm
  • Replied in Rainbow Skink
    It's a pest, but a beautiful one. Breeds faster then the native Copper Skink, and they look very much the same. Originate from Australia. Hitched its way to New Zealand most likely on a boat ...
  • Been some time I last posted some photos. Australasian Gannets are back at Muriwai Beach New Zealand, getting ready for a new breeding season. All with E5 and 50-200 SWD; most C-AF View from above ...
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