This Snowy Egret heads back to shore after fishing in the shallow Gulf Coast waters. There’s some speculation those bright yellow feet may actually help the Snowy Egret catch fish off guard.
These birds were once prized for their beautiful plumage and the fashion industry hunted them to the to the brink of extinction in the late 19th century. They’ve made a wonderful comeback and are fairly common now.
The photograph above is a Polar Bear shaking water off his head during a rainy day. This bear was walking around the camp during a very wet day. After following him for a while behind my lens, I realized he was positioning himself to do something different… And here it was, a majestic shake started from nose to tail. I did not miss the amazing sight and made sure to take a few good captures. The creation above is the result! I really like the bear positioned completely parallel to me, seeming to smile while having water droplets almost exploding out from his head. Delightful! I invite you to follow the Bird & Wildlife Photography blog not to miss other outstanding image creations.
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The photograph above is a mature male Polar Bear portrait. I am just back from a delightful exploratory Polar Bear safari in Canada! The Polar Bear above displays very expressive features that I find breathtaking. Having the top of his body popping out of the tall grass makes for a very nice composition as well. I don’t plan on setting up an instructional tour in the Churchill area as of now, but feel free to contact me if you have some interest in the matter. Also, I will be displaying more photographs from that trip on my wildlife blog in the near future. I invite you to follow the Bird & Wildlife Photography blog not to miss other outstanding image creations.
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