This time, this is a calendar centered around the eyes of wild animals. Click to see all the pages and buy it.A calendar that you will love watching and which will be watching you. A a calendar right for the hidden ophthalmologist in you.
If you loved the polar bears of the previous post, you may purchase some prints, greeting cards or smartphone protection. Jump to the gallery, click on the following picture:RedBubble gallery
The polar bears were found in the North of Nunavut, Canada, in August 2016. There were a few beluga whale carcasses in Conningham Bay. So much food that bears were very relaxed and did not care much about our zodiac boat (and or cameras). So, we could shoot a few good pictures of this great… Read More
Amazon sent me an meail announcing that the sweet deal of unlimited storage for 59SUD is going to stop in less than a year now. So, my backup solution currently relying on ACD as a backup for my Synology RAID drive will have to be reviewed. Do you have ideas of what could be a… Read More
So, you are considering switching jobs to reach a new level or get a better salary. I’m sure that you already connected to Monster.com and LinkedIn. But you may need a few more resources to improve your chances. I have few unusal ideas to help: BestJobs will find you interesting job offers in Europe. Creating… Read More
It took me several days (OK, I’m not very bright but I’m not working full-time on this project either) hesitating in front of an installation/configuration parameter of ownCloud, the file sharing solution that I am currently deploying for a personal project. I had noticed the “trusted_domains” configuration parameter; I had also noticed that it was… Read More
Why? During a public recording of “des papous dans la tête“, France Culture radio station show, on the 6th of June 2004, Françoise Treussard rhetorically asked herself if the author of the classical question-story about the chicken who would have crossed the road was present in the studio. I took the issue in my own hands as if… Read More
I know that this is the right time to prepare the upcoming new year by ordering a new calendar to cover 2018. So, this is the right time for me to promote my own products, my own calendars using some of the photos that you found previously here on Roumazeilles.net. Big cats Craftsmanship in Népal… Read More
Iranian mosques are decorated of marvelous ceilings witnesses to centuries of devotion and artistic prowess. On BoredPanda.
In the past, I have been known to push for the use of two-factor authentication for as many web sites as possible. Through the use of an app running on my smartphone, I can provide a code that is much safer than the SMS text message sent by some web sites and that can be… Read More
Most people tend to forget it, but polar bears are living in the sea. They tend to get out to the ground (and be photographed more easily there), but they are more than at ease in the water. Polar bear (Ursus maritimus, Ours polaire). Conningham Bay, Nunavut, Canada. August 2016.
One of the most common issues in terms of online backup is the uploading speed actually available to the user (solutions like Mozy, Carbonite, Crashplan all appeared to be quite limited in their cheapest entry-level or individual tier offers; a limitation which is probably marketing-based). How much time will you need to really send tera-bytes… Read More
When CrashPlan announced the end of its unlimited backup service, I had to actively seek a new solution asking myself the question of how to provide two services I was previously (more or less) getting from this provider: Backups Synchronization between several machines (several PC and several iPhone) CrashPlan easily provided the backup feature despite… Read More
As expected, I am back from South Africa, with a lot of wildlife pictures. However, I have to apologize for not posting recently. Some personal issues did not leave me as much time I would have expected to share those images I am satisfied of. Please, be patient with me! See you here very quickly.
Musk ox is assuredly a weird animal. They look a bit like a bison, but they are much smaller. As a matter of fact, they are more a goat with a long coat than a cow (the hair is a good protection against cold weather). It’s not easy to approach them (we saw a few… Read More
Two great videos. Quite different, but both amazing. The first one is really about being there at the right time (and being cool enough to keep shooting the video the whole time): The second is shot from a profesional drone and shows a very interesting behaviour (two males battling for the privilege of swimming around with… Read More
Already a few days ago, I had shown this great brid, the red-throated loon in flight, because it is a marvelously gorgeous bird. But after a few days, we could also find a mother with two chicks in a small pool near Fort Ross. This gives us the possibility to admire it on the surface of water. Red-throated diver or red-throated… Read More
An island, a cliff, tens of thousands of nesting birds. This is the opportunity to shoot a few nice pictures, even if the sheer number makes it more difficult, not simpler. Thick-billed murre (Uria lomvia, Guillemot de Brünnich). Black-legged kittiwake (Rissa tridactyla, Mouette tridactyle). Prince Leopold Island, Nunavut, Canada. August 2016.
An island, a cliff, tens of thousands of nesting birds. This is the opportunity to shoot a few nice pictures, even if the sheer number makes it more difficult, not simpler. Glaucous gull (Larus hyperboreus, Goéland bourgmestre). Thick-billed murre (Uria lomvia, Guillemot de Brünnich). Black-legged kittiwake (Rissa tridactyla, Mouette tridactyle). Prince Leopold Island, Nunavut, Canada.… Read More