Priscilla (Saturday, 08 July 2017 16:03)
Prachtige reis verslagen!!!
3 troop (Wednesday, 14 December 2016 12:50)
Hello Gert !
Very nice pictures !
Tatiana (Wednesday, 09 November 2016 22:41)
Wow! I love how you got so close to all of these species! It's awesome and great photos too.
Tim Becker (Thursday, 21 July 2016 12:04)
your website is a gem. I enjoyed seeing all these different animals in their natural habitat.
Especially if you are trying to prepare yourself for an upcoming herping trip, this website is worth gold.
Thanks alot for the effort, I look forward to see what you plan in the future.
kind regards, T.B.
GJ Verspui (Thursday, 17 December 2015 13:19)
Obat Kelenjar and all other 'no-brain-spammers', every spam message you put on here will not be visible to other people unless I approve it, so be smart and spam your stupid sheit somewhere
Snake Facts (Wednesday, 28 October 2015 12:34)
Really nice site and great pictures, thanks for sharing.
Mike Thomson (Monday, 22 December 2014 19:17)
Nice site and pics Gert jan, hope life is treating you all well, not seen you all for a long time.
Have a nice Christmas, Mike & Erica
Jeroen (Wednesday, 01 October 2014 19:41)
Nice update on the site! Best Amphibian pics on the net Don!
kike gr (Friday, 18 April 2014)
the best european amphibians site i found. Congratulations and thanks
themartinsadventures (Thursday, 30 January 2014 17:14)
I am giving a reptile and amphibian talk shortly and I am interested in using your close up photograph of a Natterjack toad eye.
Can I have your permission to use the photograph?
Obviously I will ensure that the photograph is credited to yourself.
Thanks very much,
Leah Jay (Monday, 06 January 2014 21:09)
Ommatotriton ophryticus, Pyrenees, Spain, May 2012, ( Introduced population )
Hi Gert Jan,
I'm Leah, an illustrator from San Jose. I've been working on a series of amphibian illustrations loosely titled "Amphibian Love". The purpose of the series when it is finished is to benefit amphibian
awareness and conservation efforts. I am at the beginning, having completed three large paintings with a target of 25 - 30. There are numerous organizations and I haven't chosen one yet, but when
it's more complete it will be far easier to shop the work around.
In my research I've found a photograph by you of Ommatotriton ophryticus that I'd like to use for reference in one of my paintings. Although the results are realistic, they are interpreted with some
minor changes and informational text as shown in these examples:
I'm asking for permission to not only reference the photo but to give you credit as the photographer in whatever form the result may take (gallery showing and/or book, or both). I don't need any
additional downloads, since what I can see on the website already will work (so there's nothing for you to do except give me the go ahead!) So far I've gotten great support from the community, and I
hope you can also assist me along this adventure!
Thanks for letting me know when you get a chance.
LEAH JAY ARTWORKS -- where color meets imagination
1684 Zinnia Lane | San Jose, California 95124 | 408-476-8630
firstname.lastname@example.org | on Facebook | on Twitter | on Etsy
John (Monday, 06 January 2014 16:59)
Leuk hoor. Die foto van die dikke pad vind ik het leukst.
Jeroen (Thursday, 26 December 2013 13:05)
Echt vette pics!
Bobby (Saturday, 09 March 2013 17:52)
Looking good maatje! Vette verslagen, toffe foto's en hopelijk dit jaar nog veel meer van dat!