Blue Springs Manatees (winter water wild+animals ). Photo by Nastynathan
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Blue Springs Manatees

Uploaded by: Nastynathan

Tuesday December 25, 2012

Orange City, FL (Current Weather Conditions)

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About Nastynathan

Nastynathan

I have been into photographing lightning since 1993 and also love astrophotography I will take off work for a good meteor shower. Can't wait for the next Hale Bopp. I also love photgraphing birds and bugs and the past twelve months I have also rediscovered air show photography. People always ask if I sell my photos or if that's my job..I do it for myself and feel rewarded if others like my photos.

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