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Last edited by davi; September 29th, 2004 at 11:54 PM.
I can hear the indiana jones theme on that last one davi
I'm failry certain I saw that picture of the Squirrel in an episode of Banzai! where the object was to see how high they could get the Squirrel off the ground with a fishing rod. It is a very strange show.
omg, the wildebeast/warthog pic is absolutely beautiful-- definitely gonna have to try something that captures that moment!
What is he doing?
Who the hell knows.
But he's definitely odd.
as an accomplished stuntsquirrel, he's stretching of course ! You got to avoid injuries and torned muscles you know. Either that or this is a contestant for the next missSquirrel beauty pagent that struck a glamour pose when seeing a photographer.
:chug: :beer: :beer: :beer: :beer: :beer: :beer: :beer:
heres a few i scanned a while ago from a super old animal encyclopedia. before i left l.a. i bought the whole set for $10. woohoo! all animals all the time.
a lot of different animals can be found in this site......
Last edited by behemot5; December 30th, 2003 at 03:42 PM.
Jens : Haha looked for this one on google .. found a line under the picture
"The saiga antelope. Surely one of the least beautiful of all the steppe animals."
-Member of middle class-
Everyone should own "The Blue Planet" series by the Discovery Channel..... absolutely fricken amazing....
also, one of my fave animals, THE AYE-AYE!
i just found this one...
i've never seen one like this!!! :eek:
Thanks for that site steak, it's really useful.
2 of my fav animals
This spider lives between my garage and a big bananna tree; I've since found several more in my backyard and in the elephant ear bush.
Really cool but kinda tough to shoot.
Its maybe the size of a quarter dollar coin overall.
Death Dances Only With The Living
Is it a digital shot?
Death Dances Only With The Living
This site has some amazing professional photographs of strange insects, close-up, high quality, and in most cases no backgrounds. The only problem is that you can't save or print a some of the images. (Copyright protection.) Still a wonderful site to the the brain juices flowing!
“Missionaries, my dear! Don’t you realize that missionaries are the divinely provided food for destitute and underfed cannibals? Whenever they are on the brink of starvation, Heaven in its infinite wisdom sends them a nice plump missionary.” ~Oscar Wilde
You can save them - just press enter after the copyright dialog pops up and at almost the same time right click and you get the image ... yaaaargh!
Sometimes when images are split into many parts just take a screenshot and edit it in photoshop ... it's longer but if you really must have it that's the way to go about it.
Last edited by LaPalida; August 16th, 2004 at 03:42 AM.
Hey I just remembered. I visited the Insectarium here in Montreal earlier this year and I took some ref pics of the bugz in there. I decided to zip them up and upload to my ftp. The pics aren't artistic so don't expect much, they are mostly snapshots of the bugs behind the glass so there is glare, reflection and general yellowish cast to all of them because it was pretty dark in the museum. They are still good reference shots as far as they go. The pics are mostly of moths, butterflies, long horn beetles, scarabs and tarantulas. The whole zip file is about 20 megs and the pics are at 640 by 480. They are all free to use (except the tarantula ones ... I didn't take them so I can't give permission), use them for ref or to create art whatever.