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Indigenous species at Zürich Zoo (Switzerland). Pictures shot with Nikon 70-200 VRII + Nikon D800. Click to enlarge



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Aqua Lusitana

The Oceanarium of Lisbon, with its 5,000,000 liter tank, is the largest indoor aquarium in Europe. Yes, even (!) bigger than Genoa aquarium. It reaches 7 meter deep, so that you can admire both pelagic and benthic species at the same time.

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Here in the pictures a few of its 16,000 individuals. Can you spy the sunfish?

As if in a cage

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Who is in the cage? Pictures shot at Genova (Italy) aquarium. Click to enlarge.

Cages of …


We watch you all day long.


We stare at you eye to eye.


We really try to communicate with you.


But whatever harder we try…


We stay anyway separated in our cages of incommunicability.


Cages of incommunicability shot with D800 plus 50mm f/1.4G

The doubt: from a true story in Halbinsel Au


This afternoon everything was fine at the pond.


Dragonflies were flying low, easy catch for my tongue and for a Nikon 70-200 VR-II mounted on a D800


The murderer was there, yes, but on the other side …


then suddenly something swished through the canes (click to enlarge and watch him into his evil eyes)


and appeared above me with his stinky feathers (which you can see well thanks to the 70-200 VR-II bla bla, click to enlarge)


This is the last thing I remember. Am I in frog’s heaven now?

Pictures shot at the pond of Halbinsel Au, Switzerland.

OLMA 2014: what do Swiss farms produce?

OLMA is the Schweizer Messe für Landwirtschaft und Ernährung, i.e. the Swiss Fair for Agriculture and Food.

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Pommes / also “de terre”

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 … and pig races! I bet and lost 20 CHF on Willisauer … damn’ pig! 🙂





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