It was nice to get the camera underwater while in the Galapagos Islands. I didn’t do anything more than snorkeling, but still, there were plenty of large subjects around that were easy enough to photograph […]

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Cheetah Marking Territory

This cheetah was just doing what any self-respecting cheetah would do. Marking his territory. He was one of three brothers that I saw over the course of a few days while staying in northern Botswana. […]

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Beaver are one North American mammal that I wish I had more photos of. I see them from time to time, but they have a well developed warning system when they sense an intruder and […]

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Mating Pacific Green Sea Turtles

A shaft of late afternoon light lit up this sea turtle’s face as she was attempting to make little sea turtles with that barnacle-nosed guy back behind her. We weren’t far from the coast of […]

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I’ve only seen kinkajou a couple of times and only once was I able to get decent photos. I think this guy gave me a little extra time to grab the shot because he didn’t […]

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King Penguin: The Awkward Years

I was in the Falklands at the time that the young king penguins were going through their molt, dropping their brown fluffy baby feathers to reveal the adult plumage beneath. This poor guy looked particularly […]

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Moose Landscape

The moose on the left is the mother and the one with the antlers his her grown calf, now a bull. They were grazing along a small creek just past the north east entrance to […]

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Grazing Elephant

Just a simple shot of an elephant eating grass. This one was taken in Botswana at the Linyanti Concession near Chobe National Park in the northern part of the country. Nikon D800 with Nikkor 200-400mm […]

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Giant Neotropical Toad

This giant neotropical toad wasn’t exactly pleased, but accepting at least of having his picture taken. He allowed me a few flash bursts before… well, he didn’t go anywhere, just stared at me with that […]

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Baby Brushtail Possum

Unfortunately, road kill is a big problem in Tasmania and most people don’t drive after the sun goes down because of all the animals on the road. But on the plus side, there’s a great […]

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Southern Caracara

The southern caracara, or southern crested caracara is a raptor in the falcon family that lives in central to southern South America. I photographed this one on Carcass Island in the Falkland Islands. These guys […]

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Sea Otter

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, few creatures on this planet are as cute as sea otters. Normally shy, this otter allowed me a very close approach and carried on with the […]

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