03May/17

Shooting Infrared with the Opteka 6.5mm f/3.5 Fisheye Lens

For the last year I’ve been playing with the 2016 update of the Opteka 6.5mm f/3.5 Manual Focus Aspherical Circular Fisheye Lens. Once manufactured side by side with the Samyang and Rockinon fisheye lenses

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25Sep/14

Poutine la Tortue serpentine et le prolapsus du pénis

Pour plus d’une semaine, le chalet du parc nature de l’ile de la visitation recevait des rapports d’une tortue serpentine qui apparemment avait les intestins qui lui traînaient à l’arrière. En peut

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25Sep/14

Poutine the Snapping Turtle and the Penis Prolapse

THE FOLLOWING CONTENT IS NOT PORNOGRAPHIC For over a week the Chalet at the Ile de la Visitation Nature Park has been receiving reports of a Common Snapping Turtle with its intestines apparently hanging out from behind. In a very

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14Oct/13
Snow Geese in Fall Migration – Réservoir Beaudet, Victoriaville

Snow Geese in Fall Migration – Réservoir Beaudet, Victoriaville

  Snow Geese Symposium October 25 and 26 – Reservoir Beudet, Victiriaville   A little something new this year. The City of Victoriaville and the Arthabaska MRC have rented Billboard Space on

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06Oct/13
Double-crested Cormorants in Montreal’s Nature Parks

Double-crested Cormorants in Montreal’s Nature Parks

Double-crested Cormorant The Double-crested Cormorants is not a rare sight in and around the island of Montreal. There’s plenty of shoreline and habitat for these birds to strive as they migrate through the area or stay for

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06Aug/11
The Birth of a Cicada – VIDEO and PHOTO

The Birth of a Cicada – VIDEO and PHOTO

  New Born Cicada drying it’s Wings next to It’s Exuviae – Photo by Steve Troletti The simple thought of the Birth of a Cicada has always fascinated me. There’s a fairly large

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03Aug/11
Little Green Worm Feeding on Rudbeckia Flowers

Little Green Worm Feeding on Rudbeckia Flowers

Little Green Worm (Caterpillar) Feeding on a Rudbeckia Flower – Photo by Steve Troletti Little Green Worm Photograph taken with a Nikon D300s, Sigma 105mm Macro EX, Light Reflector and the plant was stabilized with a home built

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