PhotOverload Chap. 1: The Beauty of the Sea World


Hello, Yoors friends, #iamnewhere and I want to share with you my world of photography. Thank you for visiting my page and I would like to introduce you to my new series: PhotOverload. I would like to overload you with beautiful pictures that I carefully selected out of my vast library. I am saving to buy a better camera so I can experiment with different lenses, settings and apps. In the mean time I would like to show you what I have captured so far, and I'd like to do that in chapters. All pictures in my posts are made by myself. If you would like to use them, you can always ask me for permission. Sharing is always appreciated.

Aquaria & exotic fish

My favourite animal is the fish. A simple creature, but some people do not know how intelligent they are really. I do not accept when fish are placed inside small aquaria. I believe they have to have the freedom to be able to swim freely. Even though I have this belief, I can strongly agree that some aquaria are indeed beautiful. They do not only contain fish, but a wonderful variety of sea snails, coral and plants. Some people have richer aquaria than others.

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PLANTS, CORALS & SEA LIFE

PhotOverload galore is a phenomenon often experienced when taking pictures of aquaria full of corals, plants and other creatures we can often not put a name into. They are all also very important in keeping the balance within a healthy aquarium. I am a rookie to these kinds of subjects. If anyone knows the names of any of these corals or plants, be welcome to comment them below.

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Sea BIRDs

I also love the limitless amount of colors that can be seen often flying or parading around a pool of water. Flamingos, pelicans, swans, ducks and other sorts. Usually they can be seen waddling around and sometimes they even stand still for me to take a photo. But the rare species always fly away pretty fast and I never manage to take a picture of them. Maybe one day....

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Hopefully I was able to give you some #photoverload today with this post. Stay tuned for more chapters to come!#nature#photography#sealife#fish#animals    


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In every country you can find a special tree. A tree that has a story. Here are some of them... Nebias, France - A fir in the shape of a harp More about the mysterious , natural labyrinth of Nebias, you can find in this blog : Zomer in Frankrijk - dag 7 : Rennes-le-Château en Nebias - It's hardly known, not touristic at all, but it's as if you are walking in a fantasy-movie. Fluminimaggiore, Italy - ancient cork oak You can find more about how cork is harvested in this blog. It's been written in Portugal, one of the largest producers of cork. Portugal, dag 16 : De kurkwouden, onderweg naar Alte. - Voeren, Belgium - In a landscape full of autumn trees, this tree was very present. Palmtrees, Maspalomas, Gran Canaria - One of my favourite trees, because it reminds me of sun and sea. A special job when they need to be cut ... - #yoorsdecember#tree#photography#travel  #travelling#nature
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#iamnewhere I would like to add myself between you on YOORS! So let me propose. I am Hilda and use on Yoors the name Klons. Like you, I like to make blogs and also delve into new ideas and stories of your. How great that it can be here. In addition to making blogs, I like to do archery, kayaking, rides in my spare time but then on the back of the bike. Lead a self-sufficient life using own vegetable garden, solar panels, electric car, hot water solar system, planting acaciabos for future firewood, wood burner, herb garden. Walking in nature, hobby photography and reading. Oops, almost forgetting what I really like to do is cook and bake. Delicious recipes I will irrevocably share here on Yoors. Who still has tips for writing a book, please. That's high on my to-do list. Love and see you all soon, Hilda (Clons)