Close-ups. No macro, only Marco.
Of various bestie:
Of us, people, who from the nearest hill look like happy pest bathing:
Of an unknown woman in Miramare park, and maestro Tartini above his square in Piran:
Of me, La luna from Il giardino dei tarocchi by Niki de Saint Phalle, and bestia:
Of you. I see there is a pattern. All paths and posts lead to you.
Photo: MM & MC (of me)
In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Close Up.”
One of these days is the birthday of a great animal lover and a good friend who faces a change of pace and life. That’s why I’m sending little and not so little helpers to your aid. I hope you return one day to observe them in their natural habitat.
The first one is a mystery that will be disclosed in the end:
To stick with mammals, we’ve got a peculiarity, the Tuscan Tree Cat:
And here is something in between, a nutria, and the orange teeth are the real deal:
Here are a couple of couples, a mom and a daughter and my mom with a friend:
And here we can see who the model was for this Orvieto shop owner:
Here are the flamingos for which Orbetello lagoon is famous but we have not yet seen them closer than this:
Here is an encounter with a duck:
And here are some more flyers resting:
To conclude: your favourites.
And for the very end, your friend, happy to discover this beautiful river. (And yes, it is his tail higher up in the grass!)