Posts Tagged ‘Anatol Photography’
I have finally managed to go and see the famous Greyhound Dog racing in London/Wimbledon. I wanted to do this for quite a while and finally managed to go and take my camera. The races are usually held in the evenings, so I had to turn up my ISO to pretty much maximum making them quite grainy. The leading dogs look as if they are running on their hind legs…
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Having tried to identify one little creature I photographed last weekend in Cornwalls (south Coast), I assume I may have come across the Turritopsis dohrnii. This specific breed of jellyfish has developed a way to live forever by morphing back to its infant stage after reproducing, thus recreating its own lifespan.
Below you can see one:
Yesterday I had planned to take a photographic walk with a friend in London. As it became apparent that the weather situation was not in our favour, we have found the perfect place to spend some time with photography. The Victoria and Albert Museum in London has a lot of great objects which you can photograph and you are allowed to do so. I have added a few shots from the days adventures in my galleries, which even features some photographs of the worlds most feared creature. To view the gallery, please click the image below.
I always believe in having a camera ready to react to any quick opportunity taking a great photograph. I believe this was one of those moments, when our cat was just going through a cleaning routine on the sofa. I just finished a shoot 20 minutes before and still had all the lights set up. I hope you enjoy….