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GeraintRadfordPhotos 23h
Protaphorura armata. Photograhing these tiny (up to 3mm) beasts sure is fun! They are pretty adorable!
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Zenov Yap 5h
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John Grindle Dec 11
Unsuccessful fishing trip, but found these sticking our from the choppy sea. Love the function on cameras 👍 ///sting.cared.fence
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Paul Dec 11
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Neil Howard Dec 4
Only in San Francisco - A pet pig that was out for a walk, is greeted by a hotel doorman in San Francisco. I have forgotten the pig's name :(
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Phil Robinson Dec 7
My first "Spark" created from a few images from "Ingleton Falls"
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Jim Bell 1h
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Nigel Monckton #FBPE 13h
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KleanthisErotokritou Dec 10
Tomorrow will take us away, far from home No one will ever know our names. EM5 II and Zuico 12-40 mm
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Neil Howard Dec 2
Castlerigg Standing Stones The Standing Stones at Castlerigg in Cumbria are in a most amazing position, with Mountains all around. These are amongst the most ancient standing stones in England.
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OlympusUK Dec 3
Don't forget to join us on Instagram this month where we're sharing some of our favourite shots from 2018 – did yours catch our eye?
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Zenov Yap Dec 3
When the road ahead seems long, remember, it's for you to walk it the way you want it. 📷
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GeraintRadfordPhotos Dec 3
Woodlouse Portrait. High magnification, hand held focus stack of 6 frames. The 5 axis stabilizer in the Em1 Mkii really helps in these situations!
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Graham Herbert Dec 5
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Graham Herbert Dec 3
I love the atmosphere when shopping at night... the lights, the sounds, the reflections in puddles! #…
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Graham Herbert Dec 6
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Graham Herbert Dec 11
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Rebecca Orleans Dec 8
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Neil Howard Dec 6
Packhorse Bridge - This is the ancient Packhorse Bridge at Watendlath Tarn in the Lake District National Park, Cumbria.
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Neil Howard Dec 9
Seljalandsfoss - Iceland Behind the massive waterfall called Seljalandsfoss in Iceland. It was so insanely cold and I was saturated, as was all my equipment.
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