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For Michael Szpakowski

This may not exactly be what you were expecting, yet

it is an interpretation...


(5 assembled photos)

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I started this work at first as a simple test for the mystical lighting filter (light beams and red fog), but I couldn't stop myself from processing it. ;)


Location: Crimson Shadow


Early morning at Rooiputs, lower Nossob, Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park, South Africa.


Although it is called a fox, the bat-eared fox is not a 'true' fox. Their distinctive ears are up to 13cm long and 10cm around the base, larger for its size than those of any other predator. Capable hunters in their own way they do a great deal of good by feeding largely, sometimes exclusively, on harvester termites. It does also eat other things, most of it small: mice, gerbils, grasshoppers, moths, beetles, millipedes, spiders, berries, lizards and scorpions – stings and all!


At an average weight of just over 3kg the bat-eared fox’s greatest threat is from birds of prey.


Copyright :copyright: Gerda van Schalkwyk. All rights reserved.


The exhibition in Crimarizon has been moved to Crimarizon 2. This pic is a few months old, i made it for Crimarizon.


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Our older grandson.

This "beautiful" creature was photographed at The Pond at Elephant Head last year. The way it's done is to set up flashes aimed where the bat is hoped to come in for a drink. the pond itself is tiny, making the target reasonably small. The camera is set to take repeated photographs until the battery runs out and the flashes are set off by a motion trigger. This allows the photographers to enjoy a nice glass of wine or beer and swap stories watching the flashes go off a short distance away. Now that's photography at its best!

Small and perfectly formed: we were delighted with this early morning sighting of the engaging and predominantly nocturnal Bat-eared Fox.


No mistaking the origin of the name, said to be after the Egyptian slit-faced bat, which shares the characteristic disproportionally long ears.


Sighted in the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park in the Kalahari, South Africa.

Encased inside Lewis and Clark Caverns.



My cricket team are so inspire for me, in bad weather , they are continue their game.they are teach me, passion has no boundaries​.


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many were still hanging on trees, a few were agitating to take flight

The opposite end of Durdle Door in Dorset, the sunset was stunning here this evening. After I captured this I trundled back up to a vantage point on to capture the Durdle door and Bats Head in the same shot, then about 20 diff photographers with tripods came out of the hills and set up around the beach and hills, I have never seen anything like it in ireland, I am so used to being on my own at the beach.


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My new bat was basically designed as a response to the deficiencies of my older bat design. This one is better proportioned, more in line with my highly geometric, "half opened" style, and MUCH easier to fold. I also put way less emphasis on torturing some relatively minor details out of the paper (see the older bat's face and toes).


While coming up with the photographed version of the model, I made several versions that more closely resemble actual species of bat. I may fold and photograph better versions of those models in the future but right now I'm digging the sort of Platonic ideal of batness that this model represents.

Bat For Lashes for Pitchfork Media from 500px

On our cruise around the Indonesian archepelago, we came across a small island with an enormous amount of bats. The whole sky was filled with them.

Thousands of bats fleeing from under the yolo causeway at dusk!


Bare trees, bats and a sunset at Rosalind Park, Bendigo


ISO 200 | 1/125 sec | f/3.5 | 40mm


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An amazing sunset at Bat's Head

This was an amazing opportunity to photograph such an illusive animal. I was on my balcony relaxing and watching the sun go down as this little Bat came in to hang. He was little less than three metres away from me so I ran inside grabbed the sony and SNAP. He even showed the curtsey to look straight into the lens.

Believe it or not, bats were swarming around me at this moment, but for some reason, not a single one showed up in this, or any of the other photos from that evening. I had to leave the shutter open for... two seconds, I think. Could it be that they moved too fast to have registered? I'd have thought that they would at least show up as grey streaks. I dunno, maybe they were just messing with me, and moved out of the field of view just as the shutter opened.

The bucket to the left of the bat contains food.

- approaching dusk at the Wood End roost and nature centre Ipswich. There are over 500, 000 bats of three different species living in the area - Black Flying Foxes, Grey Headed Flying Foxes and Little Red Flying Foxes. I was standing near the centre, it was very quiet, not a bat in sight, they had all moved across the gully - and suddenly the wing-noise began and a mass of bats appeared above the eucalypts. First instinct is to duck because they sounded so close.

“This is police commissioner Gordon, we have you surrounded! Come out with your hands up, and no one will get hurt!”


Hey Jim—how’s it going?

“Could be better.”


Sir the SWAT team is in place.

“Alright, but wait for my order! All units stand by…get ready…set…”


(Crash!) Ahhhhh!


“Hold your fire!”




What’s going on in there?

“Looks like they’ve got a case of Bat-Infestation.”



A scene recreated in Lego from the two-part episode “Two-Face”, from Batman the Animated Series.


I’m rather happy with how this one turned out. It was hard to photograph, since I wanted everyone in the scene, including Batman, even though it was impossible to do so (Though if you look close you can almost see him!). For future reference, each part of this series (Of two parts) will include at least four builds—I’ve completed six thus far, but I may add in the therapy session scene to Part I which would push back the other builds by a day.



Two-Face, Part I


1. Title

2. Bat-Infestation

3. Big Bad Harv

4. Harvey!

5. Give me a Mirror!



Two-Face, Part II

"Eye of newt, and toe of frog,

Wool of bat, and tongue of dog,

Adder's fork, and blind-worm's sting,

Lizard's leg, and howlet's wing,--

For a charm of powerful trouble,

Like a hell-broth boil and bubble."


Macbeth (IV, i, 14-15)


bat png used for shadows by wolverine041269


The Mesh Project (Beta) Head (f) - Moody (Delux)

Skin: Lara Hurley Pale base skin 09

Hair: +Spellbound+ Suspina // Ash Brown (gacha)

Eyes: {DA} Sinistre - Injected Grey II

Eyelashes: Luscious REDGRAVE

Ears: MANDALA Pierced_Elf_VER1

Top: *LpD* Grazia Stripes

Necklace c(TC) Splatterbatty

Bats chest tats: (soon as I find it again)


The BAT-Rotor is the ideal choice for tight urban pacification missions.


Larger, but slower than the BAT-Wing, faster than the Bat-chopper, the BAT-Rotor is Batman's most heavily armoured aircraft and allows Batman to infiltrate and exfiltrate with ease.


Armed with Rubber Bullets (I swear), Bat-Gas and Bat-Nets the BAT-Rotor acts as a weapons platform either to punch a hole in heavy resistance or to back up Batman in autonomous flight mode.


The Tilt Rotors rotates roughly 60 degrees. 15 back, 45 forward.


Built for FBTB Wings of Justice contest.

This macro shot makes this creature look more like a bat than a butterfly. Viewed from above, it was actually kind of pretty with deep browns and oranges on the top surfaces of its wings. Taken at Magic Wings Butterfly Conservatory in South Deerfield, MA. This photo made Explore (#467 on April 5, 2008).


Baby bat with its mama. In the previous photo of Bat Baby I told how I came to get these shots. I kept going out and checking on them and would find the baby in different positions.


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New bats rest against dugout before game.Lakeland Flying Tigers v. St. Lucie Mets. Publix Field at Joker Marchant Stadium. Lakeland, Fla. June 11, 2017. Photo by Tom Hagerty.

This is the dollar bill version of my other bat. Since this is fairly similar to my other bat, I didn't make a full tutorial for this one, but if you want one, just ask.

Partial tutorial here:

Tutorial for the regular bat here:

i chose to put a bat on this purse with google eyes. I love the google eyes, and i am wishing to make more purses with other things on them. i also put a photo on how i make this purse just in case you wish to make too.^u^

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ps.: trừ mẩy cháu vs mìn bệu =))

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Edit- Also entered as part of the LEGO rebrick Best-of-Batman competition. Click the link, vote, check out the other great entries, and if you're over 13, enter your own.


Life size, complete with compartments for Bat-jewelry (or purloined goods), I present my latest MOC, the Bat-Jewelry-Box.


Oh, and that handle on the side? When you turn it, Batman rotates as the music box plays it's gentle tune.


A stunning sunset, no saturation here - white balance set to daylight also. Let me know what you think!


thanks for looking!

This is one of the tens of thousands of bats that inhabited a big and old tree near the Lamin Lodge.


The Gambia / Gâmbia / África

a nice encounter with a bat-eared fox family on our way back to the camp. these foxes are mainly nocturnal and leave their den at dusk. Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park, South Africa

Bat. Hand carved limestone.

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