Never tired ! by Tristan Quevilly

Never tired ! by Tristan Quevilly

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Never tired ! by Tristan Quevilly The hike was a bit hard this day, with a lot of mud and Rain, but finally these conditions and the efforts often give good recompenses, better than expected. Despite of the Rain this small humming bird was still working hard, and wasn't discouraged either by the rain. Colombia is the country with highest biodiversity in the world for bird species, a real pleasure to discover it ! My new website Tristan29photography is finally relaesed. Don't hesitate to have a look ! If you like my work feel free to follow me on : INSTAGRAM | FACEBOOK Tristan Quevilly: Photos

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