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Nutria

It’s been a while since my last post, sorry for that (job keeping me quite busy at the mo).
I heard people talking about a bunch of wild nutrias living at a tiny lake in our region, so I decided to have a look and take some pictures.
It was only when I was about to leave that two of them came out of their hiding place.

What strange and beautiful creatures indeed!
This little fella is eating a carrot that one of the locals left him there. My presence did not disturb him at all.

Take a look at that nice tail!

BTW: I have been taking some pictures with 35mm film in the last few weeks. Hope I’ll have the opportunity to develop them quite soon.

I wish you a great weekend!

PS: For some weird reason I see wrong Exif data when I click on the photos to enlarge them. For those interested, I used a Samsung NX3000 with a 30mm 1:2 prime lens.

What’s a holiday in the mountains without a trip to a nice lake, right?
I had been watching the route of these boats for a while and waiting patiently until they reached the position I wanted them to have in the frame. Click to enlarge this one.

The houses at the harbour. Fascinating…

As always – stay healthy!

For a nice mountain trip you also have to visit some lakes. So here you go.
If you want to know which cameras I used for this trip, have a look at my previous blog post.
It’s interesting to see what a difference the time of the day and lighting conditions can make to the atmosphere and look of a picture.

This one here was taken during sunset when this mountain range was lit by warm sun rays.
Sometimes WordPress preview pictures are less sharp, so please click on them for higher quality.
More pictures to come in the coming weeks – stay safe!