Thank You everyone for 3,000 Followers, here are some fan names I have given to some of the creatures of Jurassic Park/Jurassic World.
P.S. A few of these Dinos may have already been given their fan names. 1: Alice, an aggressive juvenile Allosaurus who roams freely in California. 2: Sheila, an aggressive female white Raptor and her mate Red, a vicious dark blue male Raptor. 3: Spitter an adorable but ferocious female juvenile Dilophosaurus who killed and devoured Denis Nedry. 4: Spike, a male Spinosaurus who is the king of isla sorna. 5: Monica, An enormous Mosasaurus who once lived the parks lagoon, killed the Indominus Rex, and has escaped into the ocean devouring marine life and surfers. 6: Ivana the Indominus Rex, the parks first genetic hybrid who was created by dr Henry Wu and the Indoraptors big sister. 7: Ripper the Indoraptor, another genetic hybrid who was created by dr Henry Wu and the Indominus Rex little brother. 8: Barbara, a female Baryonyx who also roams freely in California. 9: Stiggy, a female Stygimoloch who would get aggressive whenever she heard the sound of a whistle and would make it stop by bumping it with her thick head. 10: Baylee, a very old Brachiosaurus who has lived on isla nublar for 25 years and sadly died when mount Sibo's volcanic smoke and debris ingulfed her, the last dinosaur to be seen on isla nublar🐲😎🤘🏻👍🏻😂😍😭🔥🍗🙏😋☠
Prior to two months ago, I had photographed a few peregrine falcons from afar, but had never captured a remotely compelling image of these incredible raptors. Since then, I’ve been on a peregrine kick, aided in my photography by the fledging of young, confident, playful falcons like the one pictured here, messing about on the beach. The experiences I’ve had with these birds over the past couple months have been significantly educational, both with regard to the nature of falcons and to my skills as a photographer. At the beginning of this year, I wouldn’t have been able to tell you how to identify a female from a male, a juvenile from an adult, or share with you any information about their life cycle or behavior. I’d have said, “peregrines are the fastest animals on the planet!! How awesome is that!?” 😄 Now, I can tell you that females are much larger than males, the young are a dappled brown, like the individual shown in this image, as opposed to the adults, which sport a steely posterior and white underside. I can tell you that, while both parents hunt and catch prey for their family, males spend more time hunting, and often bring kills back to the females. Sometimes, the female will fly up to greet the male upon his return and perform a “prey exchange,” wherein the male will drop the prey and the female will catch it in midair. Their prey is most commonly other birds, and the female will then pluck the feathers before feeding the meat to her young. In terms of my photography, I’ve learned that there’s a balance to strike when photographing falcons on the beach between achieving a pleasing, low angle, and managing the distorting effects of heat shimmer. All in all, my understanding of and fascination with falcons, and the progression of my photography over the past couple months have been unexpected and notably rewarding. I hope you all enjoy another peregrine portrait from this exciting period in my wildlife photography journey!
I love everything about this screenshot taken just few seconds before the start of the race, except maybe the blue line I expected to not see when I hid the interface. I think I'll try to re take it with the inquest suit as race outfit ( Arenanet... We NEED more things for racing, and not new mounts with boring and long lists of goals, it could became the first Tyrian sport. ). #gw2#racing#raptor#elona#amnoon#game