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Portraits of amateur/professional dipterologists
jorgemotalmeida
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Posted on 29-03-2007 22:54
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Hi


For me it is a little strange to talk with real persons in net without knowing their faces. So, I start here to show mine photo - to see the first crazy for dipters here in the list. Feel free to send yours (it is not obligation!), so you can put a face in the name and turns it easy and approach more us. Smile

But it would be great to see many faces here. Let?s go. Wink

the crazy (very) amateur dipterologist - i forgot to put a fly somewhere in the photo GrinGrinGrin

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Victor Kolyada
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Good idea.

Me and my children.
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My friend Robert Nash authorize to me to put a photo of him.

here goes:

www.habitas.org.uk/staff/robertnash.jpg
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I know I said that is not obligation, but I don?t believe you (almost all) are so shy to show yourselves. Smile Come on, let?s go to put a human face to the names!!! 563 to go. Smile At least, the people who are more active in the forum it would be great to know your photo Pfft. Smile Indeed, I know some faces, grateful to Google. Smile eheh But I think it would be very nice to see all other crazy Smile dipterlogists here! Thank you for your attention. Smile
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Hi All and Jorge in particular,
Great idea. I too would like to know what fellow Dipterists look like. Here am I with my net, which always brings a smile to my face!
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Nigel, you should be able to edit AND delete your own messages. Come on, give it a try. Wink
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Ah,
After several attempts I at last spotted the delete this post box!Grin
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come on. Let?s go show more! 6 in 576 is very little Pfft
Let's go take photos not just for flies. Grin Grin
Thanks for all that shared with us! Smile

 
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And why only males?Pfft
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My wife Cilja (who discovers lots of nice insects for me) and myself. In the background our terrace, where I photograph most of my flies.
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Diph, not even a rudiment of a dipterist, but, at least, obviously got a midge or so into his right eye ...Cool
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hey! keep sending more. I'm waiting for more photos. Grin
Let?s go. Wink
 
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come on! Don't be shy. I don't believe that in hundredsSmile you are all shy. Pfft

 
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Well, I have very few photos showing me. I dug out the last one, that shows me. This pic was made in January in Ethiopia in the Bale National Park in Afro-Alpine moorland at an altitude of around 3500 m. This was the 2nd time I rode a horse so do not consider me a natural born rider.
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we are waiting for more photos. Smile

That scenery is fantastic, Gabor!!!
 
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more than 300 views... it means that dipterologists are very curious and "very shy" Pfft
i'm waiting for more photos. Turn your camera and take the other face. Grin
 
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Every time you post a new message 30 or more people come to see what you wrote this time. In this way you can go to 1000 thread view without adding another image. Pfft

Everyone dying to meet my face on the net can google it. It is out there. Pfft
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i know that. Grin eheh .

Besides, I know some portraits, and some more that don?t post here yet. But I want that all post here their portraits. And the number will increase, I know. Smile
 
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