Sunday, October 16, 2005
There's a treefrog in there. Somewhere.
As regular toffeewomblers know, I have recently returned from a two week jaunt around the remarkable island of Madagascar. Famous for many things - like its unique traditions and beliefs - Madagsacar is also well known for its dazzling flora and fauna, for its lemurs and chameleons, its orchids and cacti - many of them found only on the 'red island'. Naturally I went well prepared for this opportunity - I took my mobile phone, which has a crap camera in it. The result is, I think, perhaps the world's worst wildlife photography, as the above and following photos amply display.
Up there, for instance, is a tree frog. It's in the middle of the leaves. To my mind, this is a virtually flawless wildlife shot, apart from the fact that the whole image is horribly blurred, and you can't actually see the frog.
I hope you enjoy the rest of this portfolio. Picture editors who wish to use some or all of these shots can contact me through the comments section.
Posted by sean at 3:29 pm