Godzilla Is Real!… Happy Father’s + Nature Photography Day!

American alligator close-up

American alligator close-up

Happy Father’s Day to all Dads out there and Happy Nature Photography Day to all!

If you are interested, you can learn more about Nature Photography Day on NANPA’s Website. Go out and take some nature shots today, if you have the opportunity!

Today’s shot is a close up of an American alligator (Alligator mississippiensis) which was taken in Florida’s Everglades National Park: now, is it only me or it just looks like Godzilla? 😉

If you would like to see more images of mine, feel free to browse my Galleries.

As per my copyright notice, please respect my work and do not download, reproduce or use the image above without first seeking my consent. Thank you :-)

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21 thoughts on “Godzilla Is Real!… Happy Father’s + Nature Photography Day!

  1. Antisocial Patty

    Yikes, I hope you had a serious lens. Otherwise, you are way to close to Godzilla! 🙂 It’s a great photo.

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  2. embee35

    Love the close up – what a beast! If it wasn’t for the eye looks a bit like the giant granite rocks we get round where I come from, Cornwall, England.

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    1. Stefano Post author

      Thank you so much for your kind comment! I love your photography and your landscapes from your beautiful part of the world, by the way. 🙂

      Reply
  3. laurasmess

    Hope that Her Majesty made a fuss of her amazing dad on Father’s Day!! I bet that Francesca cooked you something delicious too 🙂 🙂 As for this reptile shot, I cannot wait to show Aaron. He’s going to love it, the texture of the skin is amazing!

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  4. Dina

    You obviously had a great Father’s day, Stefano, I thought you would. 🙂
    Great shot of the alligator. I saw none of them when I went to the Everglades… 😦
    Big hug,
    Dina xo

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  5. Fig & Quince

    Hi Stefano! Belated Happy Father’s Day! I both love and shudder at this photograph. Look at those claws and the scaly skin and that blank stare. Reptiles fascinate and repel me at once. Awesome, brilliant photography as always!

    Reply

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