When photographers write about their assignments, I believe them. They can back it up with photos.
There were two photographers talking about their expedition in the wild. This how the conversation went as I was eavesdropping.
Svtakeiteasy: There is an island in Bass Strait that harbours these huge mosquitoes. I reckon they are as big as people and work in pairs: one to hold you down, the other to sting you!
Bella: OMG! That’s hilarious ! I’ve heard they’re wicked bad in Alaska as well.
Me: That is one tall tale. Would love to see an action picture (directing this statement to Svtakeiteasy).
When it comes to nature, to see is to believe. As a member of National Geographic, I must have seen all the wild and crazy creatures.
Then Svtakeiteasy exclaimed: Hard to photograph when you are held down!
Even bigger than people! Mosquito files: the truth is out there.