Fire Salamander

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Picosvistas
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Fire Salamander

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Some rework of stacks taken a couple of years ago of the superb European Fire Salamander (Salamandra salamandra). Handheld stacks of between 13 & 24 images, combined in Zerene and edited in LR. Cantabria, Northern Spain.

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Thanks for looking

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Post by Saul »

Very nice set
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Post by Sumguy01 »

:smt041 Very nice.
Thanks for sharing.

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Post by Macro_Cosmos »

Stunning colours on this thing, it looks dangerous! Love it.

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Wow! That is a beautiful animal. Well done!
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Post by Troels »

Beautiful pictures.
I had the luck to see this specimen on a bird/orchid tour i Picos d'Europa, the French Pyrenees.
It was a cloudy and rainy day and the salamander was moving fast towards dense vegetation. The quality of my pictures were very far from yours.
Thanks for sharing.
Troels Holm, biologist (retired), environmentalist, amateur photographer.
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