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S N A I L _ B O K E H by Geoffrey Gilson on 500px

S N A I L _ B O K E H by Geoffrey Gilson on 500px

Ara macao - Ara macao.

Ara macao - Ara macao.

Monkey´s Onsen by Geoffrey Gilson on 500px

Monkey´s Onsen by Geoffrey Gilson on 500px

Glossy Starling by Geoffrey Gilson on 500px

Glossy Starling by Geoffrey Gilson on 500px

Hachiko - Hachiko is enjoying the magic lights out in Gallecs Nature park, discovering spring scents, birds, insects and more... Thanks to my 3 assistants for patiently and carefully handling him into the righ spot :-)

Hachiko - Hachiko is enjoying the magic lights out in Gallecs Nature park, discovering spring scents, birds, insects and more... Thanks to my 3 assistants for patiently and carefully handling him into the righ spot :-)

Mantis by Geoffrey Gilson on 500px

Mantis by Geoffrey Gilson on 500px

Winter wonderland's little devil by Geoffrey Gilson on 500px

Winter wonderland's little devil by Geoffrey Gilson on 500px

Mnemiopsis by Geoffrey Gilson on 500px

Mnemiopsis by Geoffrey Gilson on 500px

https://flic.kr/p/BZJwkt | Struthio - Family portrait | Ostrich family portrait at the Cape of Good Hope, South Africa.

https://flic.kr/p/BZJwkt | Struthio - Family portrait | Ostrich family portrait at the Cape of Good Hope, South Africa.

Loerie - "Musophagids are medium-sized arboreal birds endemic to sub-Saharan Africa, where they live in forests, woodland and savanna. Their flight is weak, but they run quickly through the tree canopy. They feed mostly on fruits and to a lesser extent on leaves, buds, and flowers, occasionally taking small insects, snails, and slugs. As their name suggests, turacos enjoy bananas and can become so tame as to be hand-fed." Wiki

Loerie - "Musophagids are medium-sized arboreal birds endemic to sub-Saharan Africa, where they live in forests, woodland and savanna. Their flight is weak, but they run quickly through the tree canopy. They feed mostly on fruits and to a lesser extent on leaves, buds, and flowers, occasionally taking small insects, snails, and slugs. As their name suggests, turacos enjoy bananas and can become so tame as to be hand-fed." Wiki


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Monkey´s Onsen by Geoffrey Gilson on 500px

Monkey´s Onsen by Geoffrey Gilson on 500px

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T I T A N S by Geoffrey Gilson on 500px

T I T A N S by Geoffrey Gilson on 500px

Impala by Geoffrey Gilson on 500px

Impala by Geoffrey Gilson on 500px

Glossy Starling by Geoffrey Gilson on 500px

Glossy Starling by Geoffrey Gilson on 500px

Mantis by Geoffrey Gilson on 500px

Mantis by Geoffrey Gilson on 500px

Winter wonderland's little devil by Geoffrey Gilson on 500px

Winter wonderland's little devil by Geoffrey Gilson on 500px

S N A I L _ B O K E H by Geoffrey Gilson on 500px

S N A I L _ B O K E H by Geoffrey Gilson on 500px

Anolis carolinensis by Geoffrey Gilson on 500px

Anolis carolinensis by Geoffrey Gilson on 500px

The Horseshoe Bend Photo by Gilson Geoffrey -- National Geographic Your Shot

The Horseshoe Bend Photo by Gilson Geoffrey -- National Geographic Your Shot

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