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- Found this Great Horned Owl this morning asleep in a large oak tree. This is my first shot as it turned its head and looked surprisedly over its back at me. I was deep in a heavily wooded conservation area. #greathornedowl #owl #birds #birdphoto #birdsofprey #rapture #nature #naturephotographychallenge #your_best_birdshot #natgeo #nuts_about_birds #bestbirdsofinstagram
Category Archives: Wildlife
I had incredible luck today, while on Paynes Prairie Preserve State Park, when I was able to photograph a VERY large mother alligator with one of her young gators on her head. I had heard of such gator behavior, but … Continue reading
When in the Galapagos Islands, I traveled for eight days from island to island on an 80 foot yacht. Most of the traveling between the islands was done at night to preserve time to visit the islands. Therefore, each morning when … Continue reading
The other day, I was reviewing images from a trip to Florida in May and came across the above image that caught my attention. The Great Egret was in the shade so I used a speedlight (Nikon SB-910–flash) with a Better Beamer … Continue reading
(Sunset at Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge, FL) It has been over a month since I posted an article to my blog. I have been photographing landscapes and wildlife this summer, but not nearly enough for a number of reasons … Continue reading
While on La Chua Trail at Paynes Prairie Preserve State Park in Gainesville, Florida, in late December, there were several Pied-billed Grebes in the canal that drains into Alachua Sink. The grebes were diving and hunting for prey in the murky water. … Continue reading
As one of my favorite professional photographers, Rick Sammon, often says, “What good is shooting images, if all you do is store them on your computer.” I practice what Rick encourages by posting some of my favorite images on my websites and blog, … Continue reading