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The Monkey Frogs are a group of species of tree frogs which are characterized by long limbs and a lack of webbing between their toes. This last trait allows them to grasp branches and to climb trees in the manner of a monkey (thus the name). They live in Peru, in rainforests such as the Tambopata Rainforest.


Image Information
Max Aperture   2.8
Exposure Program   Aperture-priority AE
Camera Model   NIKON D300S
Orientation   Horizontal (normal)
Light Source   Unknown
ISO Rating   400
Flash   No Flash
Camera Make   NIKON CORPORATION
Aperture   8.0
Focal length   145.0 mm
Metering Mode   Multi-segment
Shutter Speed   1/30

Originally from the Commonwealth of The Bahamas, Winston is a graduate of the New York Institute of Photography and the Art Institute of Ft. Lauderdale. He is also an alumnus of
The Catholic University of America, Washington DC, and the University of Miami. He is a former print media and broadcast journalist and a former News Editor at the
Broadcasting Corporation of The Bahamas (Nassau). After his last diplomatic appointment as Consul General (1984), Winston retired from the Bahamas
Diplomatic Service (1994) after almost two decades as one of the pioneering members of the (then) newly created Bahamian Foreign
Service (1973-74). Winston now resides in the United States shuttling between South Florida, the District
of Columbia (Washington DC) and his birth home in The Bahamas.

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