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A Mallard hen cleaning her feathers just when it starts to rain. Unlike many waterfowl, they have benefited from human alterations to the world. Mallards are very adaptable, being able to live and even thrive in urban areas.

The Mallard is widely distributed across the Northern Hemisphere, from Alaska to Mexico, the Hawaiian Islands, and across Eurasia, from Iceland and southern Greenland and parts of Morocco in the west, Scandinavia, and to Siberia, Japan, and China in the east. It is strongly migratory in the northern parts of its breeding range, and winters farther south.

Exif: ISO 100 ; f/1.2 ; 1/500 ; @85mm
Subject distance: 1.44 m

Tags:   Duck Pato Önd 1:1 Mallard Wild Duck Anas Platyrhynchos Ánade Real Ánade Azulón Stokkönd Square Reykjavík Iceland Islandia Animal Dýr Green Verde Grænn Bokeh Tjörnin Reykjavíkurtjörn Rain Lluvia Rigning Weather Meteorología Veður Wild

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I couldn't choose between these two pictures, so I decided to make a diptych. They were taken with very different lenses. The first with a 50mm @f/1.8, and the second with a 70-200 @f/4.

Tags:   Foca Selur Animal Húsdýragarður Laugardalur Diptych Díptico Tvíbrot Blue Azul Blár

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"High-speed" driving on frozen lake (Rauðavatn)

Tags:   Husky Dog Sled

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The post-process is meant to be high key, at least to some extent. What I like the most about this shot is the way the light reflects in the bird's eye. I'm looking up exactly what kind of seagull this is... stay tuned.

Exif: ISO 200 ; f/5.6 ; 1/500 ; @285mm (via x2 extender)

Tags:   Seagull Iceland Tjörnin High Key Bokeh Extender Telephoto Bird Blue Mávur Máfur Gaviota Reykjavík Islandia

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Crane fly, missing some legs as you can see. Both wings were ok, and it seemed to be doing well with only 3 legs, out of 6. Me, being pretty scared of insects, I felt this one to be a little bit more approachable the fewer the amount of legs.

So this is a macro, and cropped.

Exif: ISO 1600 ; f/8 ; 1/250 ; @60mm

Tags:   Crane Fly Macro Insect Daddy Longlegs Dandy Longlegs Close Up Denmark Insecto Skordýr Handicapped Disabled Antennae Animal Dýr Portrait Retrato Portrett Hrossafluga


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