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Portraits of amateur/professional dipterologists
jorgemotalmeida
Posted on 20-12-2008 02:10
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great to see new photos. As the Christmas is approaching the new members can show their photos. Smile
Guillermo, next year I will visit Spain. Wink
 
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Roger Thomason
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I don't do self portraits, but this one I took in 2006 in the Control Tower at Scatsta Airport at 0300hrs in summer. Look pretty much the same today..hair is a bit longer...beard a fair bit longer. Taken soon after I got my first Digital Camera..some Vivitar thing.
Reflection in the window.
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Andre
Posted on 26-12-2008 23:52
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Here's another one of me,
wishing you all a fulfilling and complete 2009!

Cheers!
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jorgemotalmeida
Posted on 27-12-2008 00:37
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and I hope you come back here! Grin To the caves seeing again the Nycteribiidae Pfft
 
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jorgemotalmeida
Posted on 07-01-2009 02:14
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come on! more photos. Wink
 
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Chen Young
Posted on 14-01-2009 23:59
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Chen Young, born and raised in Taiwan, studied flies in Kansas, inspired by George Byers, encouraged by Charles Alexander, and found a niche in Pennsylvania.

No children no pets to share. Here collecting in Scotland with partner Adam, with his companionship and moral support, I run wild pursuing my passion in crane flies.

Enjoy to see and to be seen here at Diptera.info

Happy Chinese New Year to you all!
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My mistake, a larger version......
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jorgemotalmeida
Posted on 17-01-2009 15:31
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thanks! Your larvae sketches of tipulids are just awesome! And congrats for the spectacular site on tipulids.

well, let's go wait for more participants photos! Grin
 
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Susan R Walter
Posted on 19-01-2009 15:09
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My sister sent me this photo on the weekend of me aged 14 Shock
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jorgemotalmeida
Posted on 19-01-2009 15:19
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big LOL Grin
you seems annoyed with something! Grin
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She is annoyed because she has been told to pose under a rock when she could be out catching insects! Grin
 
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jorgemotalmeida
Posted on 19-01-2009 22:04
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yeah Chris! Smile
and in that time.. I'm sure that diptera were much more diverse than nowadays! Pfft
 
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Susan R Walter
Posted on 25-01-2009 17:46
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I think Chris is probably exactly right Smile, and anyway, I believe that is the standard facial expression assumed by 14 year olds even today when having their photo takenFrown

And you, young Mota Almeida, should show a bit more respect, since I am old enough to be your mother Pfft
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Roger Thomason
Posted on 25-01-2009 17:58
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Jorge has a MOTHERShock
 
mgjefferies
Posted on 12-02-2009 07:41
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What Susan didn't say was where it was taken; here is one of me in the same place; down the road and with my grandson. There is hope; his mother did a school project on Trichopthalma.
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Posted on 12-02-2009 08:47
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That's funny.
Two different persons pictured on the same spot, at different times of the year.
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Posted on 13-02-2009 09:41
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And a number of years; that is for Susan to say.Smile
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Susan R Walter
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The insect population of Girraween NP, Queensland, Australia, has clearly been harassed by Diptera.info members for over 30 years Shock
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It's been a while since this thread had a new photo and I just found this old self-portrait of me admiring a huge tree in French Guiana in 2000. Hope you like it Smile
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Posted on 19-04-2009 08:11
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Well that forest looks indeed interesting if You compare what we have up here Sad This photo is from last weekend.

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