Vintage lens, my love.
I do think avocados are exceptional in their way. This one is to prove it.
Somehow psychodelic featured image and several photos from different angles. Enjoy.
A little return to food photography.
Ladies and Gentlemen,
we have gathered here today to worship the flawless figures of Her Majesty Bella and her Daughter Mabisia, both capable of making your mouth drop with their genuinely graceful appearance.
Let us begin with the Mother. My compliments to Bella.
Fully aware of how picturesque the fur-licking may be and unconcerned about showing herself during such personal activities.
She knew where to sit as well. Thanks to her choice of the right place you can admire her in fully natural light – casual, yet extraordinary.
Bella is followed by her magnificent Offspring, Mabisia. Having learned from the best, the Daughter knows well how to present herself in the most favourable way, indeed.
Bow before Mabisia.
She showed so much class it probably would take a lifetime for a human being to acquire. She is individual. She is beautiful and she has got magnetic eyes, bright and clear. Most importantly, she knows how to make the best out of it.
Let them be a family. Yet these furry Ladies have different style, even though there are some similarities to be found. I reckon I do not need to point them out. Let the Queens say their part, and I will remain silent. Grateful for the afternoon they honoured me with.
He’s a really funny little guy. Always craving for your attention, patting and food (I was surprised how much and how quickly he munches what he gets!). Eager to play and totally unwilling to let you have a little piece.
And he pretty well knows he can be sweet as hell. He uses it against you.
Besides, he’s a really loving pet, showing his affection to the Owners… when he feels like it.
But get to know Puszek by what he wants to say. Look into his black deep eyes.
It wasn’t easy at all to take those photos, at least not for me. At least not with the lenses I have, although I don’t want them to be an excuse of any kind.
Partly succeeded, I reckon. I know, though, that there’s MUCH to improve. I’ll try somewhere in the funny thing called Future.
These photos aren’t perfect, no. And there’s much that could be better, yes.
Good Mantises are patient. Thanks, Stella.
Funny what a human’s brain does. She seemed to have posed for the photos, moving her head in my direction wherever I went. I mocked about it. Naturally, she just wanted to be able to defend herself in case of attack.
Thought she laid an egg but it proved to be only a poo. Well. But it pushed me to checking the thing and getting to know that mantises don’t lay eggs. They’re born from cocoons.
Have a look at Stella. Although she looks nice and her eyes seem keen, she doesn’t want to make friends with you, not even to meet you. She just want to get her peace. But let your brain think what it likes. It makes no difference to the Mantis.
No need to write anything for her. She said everything she wanted during this session. Also when she got bored after 10 minutes and went to hide herself in the darkest corner of the flat. 🙂