Tag Archives: wildlife photography

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Coastal Wolves

For three mornings in a row, we had wolves come down to hunt salmon with the bears. Though I may call these creatures coastal wolves, as of yet, there is no proof that the species […]

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Nimbus, Daughter of Cloud

This past week I found myself camped out around 9,000 feet up in the Pryor Mountains of Montana photographing wild horses. This is one of my favorite places to steal away to for a few […]

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Chasing Patterns of Light

  High up in the Canadian Rocky Mountains of Alberta, I found myself one morning on the hunt for moose. The moose here somehow are eclipsed by the fame of the elk rut. But coming […]

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Crocodiles of the Cuero y Salado Honduras

Floating down the Rio Saluda in a small native boat in Honduras, I found myself searching for crocodiles at high noon. This wasn’t exactly the time of day one expects to do any serious wildlife […]

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Brown Bear Reflections

The biggest problem one faces when photographing brown bears along the banks of Cook Inlet in Alaska, is that they keep getting too damn close. Now, I should admit that I was being stubborn this […]

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Bears of the Smoky Mountains

After I finished up with my responsibilities at WNC Fotofest in Montreat North Carolina this weekend, I just could not help but notice how close I was to the Smoky Mountains. Great Smoky Mountains National […]

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So You Want to be a Better Wildlife Photographer?

So you want to be a better wildlife photographer? No problem. Learn your camera and get a big lens. Did that already? Still don’t understand what your missing? Yeah, its a bit more complex than […]

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