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NIKON CORPORATION
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NIKON D5100
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1/1250 second
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Feb 23, 2014, 7:48:13 AM
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Gargantua by Culpeo-Fox Gargantua by Culpeo-Fox
Swimming Hia, caught in the wild, Thailand.
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capnquills Featured By Owner Apr 7, 2014  Student General Artist
ah wow, I can't get over how gorgeous a shot this is
wonderful work as always <3
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Combak Featured By Owner Apr 6, 2014
Well, this is a new type of animal to me...
Does he have whiskers or is that his tongue?
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Culpeo-Fox Featured By Owner Apr 6, 2014  Professional General Artist
That is his tongue. ;)
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:iconcombak:
Combak Featured By Owner Apr 6, 2014
Ah... Well, at least I wasn't alone in that thought.
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Canis-ferox Featured By Owner Apr 6, 2014  Student General Artist
Beautiful shot! : D Love the simplicity of the white all around it and the contrast and the sharpness of detail; it's really effective.
though I saw someone comment about a mustache and now I'm seeing a Dalí mustache on the lizard and I can't stop
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LupaSenzaLuna Featured By Owner Apr 6, 2014  Student General Artist
I though it was a drawing :wow: beautiful!
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sidetrack1 Featured By Owner Apr 6, 2014
Serendipious color of the waer brings out the backside scales of the animal (monitor lizard?)
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Sonadorexis Featured By Owner Apr 6, 2014
Hier finde ich die Bildbearbeitung sehr gelungen. Die Auslaufenden Wellen mit dem klaren weißen Hintergrund sind n ziemlicher Hammer! ;)
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DevarjunJoshi Featured By Owner Apr 6, 2014
it on the hunt 
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Canisp Featured By Owner Apr 6, 2014
Die schwimmen wie Krokodile, oder? Mit seitlichen Schwanzschlägen bzw. Körperbewegungen?
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