Who are you looking at?
The most common inhabitant of Saint Martin are the iguanas. By the way, this little fellow here... pretty domesticated and friendly.
Ilet Pinel, Saint Martin
A little grasshopper I have found on a house's backyard at Juan Lacaze, Colonia, Uruguay.
A small bird called "tijereta" is seen on a fence with the Batovi hill on the background, pretty close to Tacuarambó city, Tacuarembó, Uruguay.
Small boat pier at Island Harbour beach, Anguilla.
A couple of pelicans flying and looking for fishes in the pristine waters Baie Lucas beach. Saint Martin.
Seagulls at Laguna Garzón, Maldonado, Uruguay
View from inside the Rano Raraku Volcano's crater.
Here are a lot of Moai statues are at different stages of sculpted.
The current inhabitants, the horses, are everywhere.
Easter Island (Rapa Nui), Valparaiso region, Chile.
Who was it?
Very active swallows hovering Oharai Dori, in Naiku near Ise, Mie Prefecture, Japan.
Lots of herons and "petit chevaliers" nests and fly around a water pond at dusk at the Reserve Naturelle Saint Martin.
Cherry trees started to bloom again at Izumo Taisha shrine's gardens.
Izumo Taisha, Izumo, Japan.
A nice squirrel playing around a tree on a camping ground area at Zion National Park, Utah, USA.
Flowing water of the Rosario River, just a few meters away from the famous Molino Quemado (burnt mill). This is my first attempt to capture moving water using a set of new ND filters I have.
Rosario, Colonia, Uruguay
Thousands of swallows taking shelter from the strong winds and storm, at Juan Lacaze's harbour, Colonia, Uruguay.
Iguanas over the trees, enjoying the crushing heat at Friar's Bay, Saint Martin.
Submarine life on the shallow water ponds at Elise Bay, Saint Martin.
Tierra del Fuego's natives
Horses are the current natives of Tierra del Fuego National Park. They wander freely around a beautiful area surrounded by mountains and rivers.
Tierra del Fuego, Argentina