Canon 100mm F2.8 Macro

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Squabbles in a Cape Gannet Colony | Bird Photography | Malgas Island | © Arne Purves
Bird Photography
A Cape Gannet reacts to the prescence of an encroaching bird in the gannet colony on Malgas Island in the West Coast National Park.
A Parabuthus capensis scoprion ©arne purves #Imageoftheday
Macro Photography
A Parabuthus capensis scorpion, or Cape thick-tailed scorpion adopts a defensive stance. These scorpions are nocturnal and live predominantly in burrows. De Hoop Nature Reserve.
Wildlife Photography
Crag Lizards are rock specialists and are dependent on certain rock types for their survival.
Macro Photography
Velvet mites are arachnids found in soil litter known for their bright red colours but are often mistaken for spiders.
Macro Photography
Dragonflies are very interesting macro subjects to photograph. Patience and a steady hand is required to capture these insects. They usually sit with their wings down, but every now and again they flick them up. This is the point at which you want to photograph them.
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