Hiram M. Chittenden Locks, also know as the Ballard Locks, is a hotspot for Pacific Northwest wildlife with great blue herons and more.
A large gray whale washed up dead on a Seattle beach with trash in his stomach. The huge whale likely died from the trash it had ingested.
Golden Gardens Beach is the perfect spot close to Seattle for a nice stroll or to photograph Northwest wildlife.
I have never photographed more wildlife than in Corcovada National Park. Massive Tapirs lumber down the Corcovado River and monkeys play.
Visiting Tortuguera (AKA Tortuguero) is like going in a time machine directly into a prehistoric forest. The green jungle here is unmatched.
Puerto Viejo de Talamanca is a laid-back Caribbean town. It has a rasta vibe and is known for surfing and beautiful jungles and beaches.
One of the bests spots close to Denver to photography wildlife is Barr Lake State Park. Often overlooked for the more visible mountains, Colorado’s plains have their own gems.
I believe that few things are as elegant as their sinuous carvings through the blue, small jetties twisting outward off their caudal fin.