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The Pink Meanie of Panama with the new(ish) Knekt 6″ Dome Port for the GoPro

Like all photographers, I love my toys. And like most of you, I too have a couple gopro cameras that I tote around with me to play with. While on a recent trip to Panama, […]

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Three Toed Sloth on Cover of Outdoors Unlimited

26 This year, while I was down in Panama, I learned that a photograph of mine from a trip to Panama last year made the front cover of December’s Outdoors Unlimited. This is a photo […]

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red-billed tropicbirds of Isla Pajaro

This is the lost world. Situated a few miles off the coast of Isla Colon, Bird Island, or Isla Pajaro is nothing more than a tropical seastack in the Caribbean. Monster waves pound its cliffs, […]

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Lilliputians in the land of Giants

When it comes to photographing this poison frogs in the Panamanian rainforest, I like to get eye to eye with my subject. This lets me enter into their world. It makes them leap out of […]

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The Lovely Poison Dart Frog

The Lovely Poison Frog – yes that is its real name! A.K.A:¬†Phyllobates lugubris Look closely at its back. That is a tadpole right there. The males of the species stand guard over the eggs that […]

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Poison Dart Frog – Bastimentos Red

Based out of the Boca del Toro region of Panama, I spent the last week finding and photographing poison dart frogs, sloths, tropical birds, and tropicbirds (this last one is an actual species). The islands […]

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