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  1. I am sure almost everybody has some pix of that kind. Not so many sales usually but we love them! So let's share our not-so-commercial live treasures! 1-3 images, for example... And share how many sales the images had (optional!). Thanks in advance! I'll start. --- 1. This is a dusky leaf monkey. The number of sales - 0. https://www.shutterstock.com/image-photo/dusky-leaf-monkey-trachypithecus-obscurus-known-618670070 2. Macaque kids playing. The number of sales - 5! https://www.shutterstock.com/image-photo/two-baby-macaques-playing-fighting-each-316673669 3. A tortoise in the water (with space! for someone's logo ). Sales - 0. https://www.shutterstock.com/image-photo/freshwater-turtle-looks-out-water-dainty-562164355
  2. AMARJEETSINH JHALA

    Eurasian hoopoe (Upupa epops).

    From the album: AMARJEETSINH JHALA

    Eurasian Hoopoe (Upupa epops). The species is highly distinctive, with a long, thin tapering bill that is black with a fawn base. The strengthened musculature of the head allows the bill to be opened when probing inside the soil.
  3. AMARJEETSINH JHALA

    Indian pond heron (Ardeola grayii).

    From the album: AMARJEETSINH JHALA

    Indian pond heron (Ardeola grayii). Its appearance is transformed from their dull colors when they take to flight, when the white of the wings makes them very prominent.
  4. AMARJEETSINH JHALA

    Painted stork (Mycteria leucocephala).

    From the album: AMARJEETSINH JHALA

    Painted stork (Mycteria leucocephala). This large stork has a heavy yellow beak with a down-curved tip that gives it a resemblance to an ibis. The head of the adult is bare and orange or reddish in color.
  5. From the album: Photo Critique 1

    ladybug (ladybird) beetle on a human finger with it's wings spread about to fly away

    © Copyright Eric Crudup 2018 All Rights Reserved

  6. AMARJEETSINH JHALA

    Common Teal (Male).

    Male pencilled greyish, with chestnut head and a broad metallic green band running backward from eye to nape, bordered above and below by whitish lines. A tricoloured wing speculum-black, green and buff particularly conspicuous in flight. Female mottle.
  7. Gemma Thompson

    Newbie

    Hi All I’m brand new to Shutterstock and to the forum. I like to take nature photos and love my trips to Kruger in South Africa. I’ve had nearly 100 photos accepted so far and had 2 downloads since Wed. What top tips do people have for getting going that they’d be willing to share? TIA Gemma
  8. Ryan Rowe

    Skua

    From the album: Wildlife in Antarctica

  9. Ryan Rowe

    Ross seal

    From the album: Wildlife in Antarctica

  10. I have just started posting some of my best images to my image gallery.
  11. aaustinphotos

    IMG_6568_com.jpg

    From the album: Blackbirds

    3 blackbirds on a tree is a photo I took a few years ago in Alberta

    © Andrew Austin

  12. Kevin Isakow

    Lion in the night

    Lion in the darkness
  13. Jed Packer

    Coyote Feeding at Prong Horn Kill

    Wild coyote feeding at a prong horn kill.

    © Jed Packer

  14. Diego Martin Emanuel Sosa

    Llama

  15. Doug McLean

    Long Tooth Groundhog

    Hi, is there much of a market for wildlife photos? I take a lot of wildlife, but can't think of what a buyer might use them for, so I haven't uploaded very many. Maybe a dentist could use this one? Also, with a photo like this, am I better off cropping it the way I think looks best, or leaving a lot of room for the buyer to crop? Thanks!

    © (c) Doug McLean

  16. Shane St Louis

    Turtle

    A friendly little turtle getting his photo taken for being an awesome lil guy!

    © Shane St. Louis

  17. Mark Sandell

    Juvenile bald eagle

    A juvenile bald eagle perched on a branch in the Alaskan wilderness.

    © 2015 Mark Sandell

  18. Qasim711

    Alps

    Photo of mountains. Any criticism would help... or just comment if you think it is alright to submit to SS.
  19. Last year, a 5 year old boy was bitten in the face while trying to pet a wild sea lion in La Jolla (San Diego, California): http://www.fox5dc.com/news/1680080-story So I was surprised on my recent visit to see that no warning signs had been posted and that people were actually approaching the lions with little concern. My question is, is this a "sea lion problem": https://www.google.com/webhp?sourceid=chrome-instant&rlz=1C1GGGE___US555US555&ion=1&espv=2&ie=UTF-8#q=sea%20lion%20problem%20in%20san%20diego Or a "people problem"? Here are some of my editorial photos: http://www.shutterstock.com/pic-458239222/stock-photo-san-diego-california-usa-july-an-unidentified-woman-approaches-dangerously-close-to-a.html?src=E7XbvI8rrRYIrWzOCa_M_Q-1-8
  20. A distinct bi-color grasshopper hiding beneath a green leaf.

    © Andre Stefanini

  21. andrerst

    Climber Grasshopper

    A distinct bi-color grasshopper climbing a green leaf

    © Andre Stefanini

  22. andrerst

    Grasshopper preparing to jump

    A distinct bi-color grasshopper looking and preparing for its jump

    © Andre Stefanini

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