The Ngorongoro Crater, a World Heritage Site, during our 5pm ascent.
“No matter how few possessions you own or how little money you have, loving wildlife and nature will make you rich beyond measure.” — Paul Oxton
I could perhaps say that I am a wildlife photographer, but I'd be lying; maybe a more accurate title would be aspiring-to-be amateur wildlife photographer. Perhaps.
The eyes are the windows to your soul, and a lot of my work focuses on these. Another of my traits are real closeups; I like to see the individual hairs, the creases on the skin, and the sparkle in the eye.
Equipment wise, I use a Sony NEX-7, SAL 1855, and a UV filter. And patience. If you are interested in any picture then please contact me, each is 6x4k resolution at 350dpi.
Female leopard in a tree, Serengeti.
A male proboscis monkey, endemic to Borneo.
Headshot of a zebra, Ngorongoro Crater.
Female gazelle, Ngorongoro Crater.
A mother elephant and her baby, Tarangire National Park.
An elephant's ear, Tarangire National Park.
A male lion, mane blowing in the wind, Serengeti.
Closeup of a wilderbeast, Ngorongoro Crater.
Closeup of an elephant wearing her suntan lotion, Tarangire National Park.
Angry buffalo with a hitchiking bird, Ngorongoro Crater.
An osterich saying "Hello", Serengeti.
Closeup of an Asian elephant, Phhang, Kuala Lumpa. The more white spots, the older the elehant.
Closeup of an Asian elephant, Phhang, Kuala Lumpa.