Ripples R us

Gerry vs mosquito's

gerry: 1
Mosquito's: 1

The tide has turned, both literally and also in the battle between mankind and the flying stinger of pain bug, the mozzie. Last time I came here I got hammered by mozzies, this time, i came prepared with DDT strength insect repellent 😉 On that note, the key thing with insect repellent is not he strength of it, but more the application of it, even the low strength stuff has been shown to be really effective.. providing its applied correctly.

You really need to apply it everywhere, even on your clothing since these little buggers sting you thru tee-shirts. This time around, I only got nailed 3 times, which considering i was trudging thru mud ridden mangroves in the dark is pretty darn good, also with only one face plant with a spider too, my guard was down 😉

Another sneaky session looking sneaky lonely trees.

Exif love:
D750 coupled with Nikkor 16-35 mm f4 @ 16mm Aperture: f16 and Shutter Speed: 1/1.6s
ISO 100
Out front – Hoya CPL, Lee graduated filter 0.6x

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21 thoughts on “Ripples R us

  1. Yeah I sympathise… fought the good fight there a few times as well. (and lost) It's the midges more than mosquitoes at good old 'Nudge' that get me… small and silent little blood suckers 🙂

  2. Wonderful shot of an amazing tree and some awesome ripples! What species is it? I assume it must be a mangrove as it's growing in tidal zone, but all but all alone…?
    It's good you've got a focused mind, as mosquitos for some is just a dealbreaker 🙂

  3. ,ta med meg i kofferten din, værsåsnill. Jeg har ikke vært på 30-40år! Jeg kan også være god reisekamerät!!!xHelst reisekamra t.Gunn
    Marita Tømte. Er ca.50år,man tipper ca.³6/43år menn jeg har spurt

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