Myriads of Fiddler crabs inhabit the mangrove fringed coasts of southern Florida. Each time at low tide they emerge from their burrows and look for food. The males with their distinctive large „fiddle“ are constantly busy to keep rival from their territory. Cool to watch. In this case it wasn’t so cool. Each day at sunset thousands of no-see-ums, tiny biting insects wake up and are looking for something to eat.

Image Details

Camera: Canon 5D MkIII

Lens: Canon 70-200/2,8 LIS + 1.4x

Location: USA

Date: Mar 2015

Light: Sunset

Focal Lenght: 280 mm

Exposure: 1/5000 s

Aperture: F/4

ISO: 640

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