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It has always been pretty impossible to capture flying or moving animals like frogs, even harder for inflight captures.Until now.
Technology gives us a hand but you still need the patience and skills
During my latest trip to Costa Rica I managed to photograph this beautiful snake in the worst of all situations (for the frog of course).Rain added some drama to the scene while I had a hard time tr
Agalychnis Lemur tree frog from Costa Rica under light rain.
This is NOT an easy to spot frog, even less in a cloudy day and not during night hours.
Wonderful capture of this amazing bat in-flight.
This was captured in Costa Rica after waiting many hours for the bat to pass by over my infrared barrier.
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Pteronotus parnellii bat getting out to feed from "El venado caves" in Costa Rica.
Almost 4 hours to get to the right spot and mount my 5.000 $ gear at only few centimeters from the water level (to m
Tourists on the Mall in front of the Smithsonian Castle
Beautiful sisters getting ready to go to a celebration.
While working in my yard, I came across this little guy camoflaged in the leaves.
I was walking to work when I noticed this leaf with the edge up "beckoning" to the passersby.  I like the idea that beautiful things are all around us, waiting to be noticed if we would only stop to s
I was kayaking with my family when I captured this Heron "stabbing" his dinner.
Brood II 17 Year Cicada that rose in the Spring of 2013 at Willowwood Arboretum, Morris County, New Jersey, USA.
This photo was taken while kayak camping on a lake during a super moon.
Taken on a rainy day in Seattle Washington
Enjoying a drink and the sunset at a bar in St Petersburg FL
Sobu Line platform staff surveying the train departure, Tokyo.
Cosmetics touch-up in the back of a taxi in Ginza, Tokyo.
A pair of businessmen have an evening meal on the street in Oimachi, Tokyo.
Sobu Line conductor surveying his arrival into Shinjuku Station, Tokyo.
A pair of engineers chat about work at the chemical factory, Kawasaki, Japan.
Neon canyon in the busy streets near Shinjuku Station, Tokyo.
Rear conductor surveying the arrival of his shinkansen into Tokyo Station.
Whatever it is they like to do.
Whatever it is they like to do.
12th Annual Smithsonian.com Photo Contest
This photo was taken while kayak camping on a lake during a super moon.

This photo was taken while kayak camping on a lake during a super moon.

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Seattle, Washington, United States of America
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 08.2014
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Date Uploaded: Aug. 14, 2014, 11:40 p.m.
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Camera Model: NIKON D5100
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