Wildlife photography has always been a passion and exploring the world. Searching out the most .endangered species on the planet. I love any form of photography and enjoy trying new things.
Travel has always been one of my favourite interests combining it with landscape and wildlife photography.
One of the most secretive of the cat family. The clouded leopard is the only cat that can climb upside down. Even though they are amazing climbers they spend most of there time hunting on the jungle ground. Really rare and beautiful animal.
The Snow leopard has adapted to live in extreme harsh climates. Its fur adapts in winter it can grow up to seven cm's longer to protect it from the cold. Its feet are like snow shoes and are really massive. It uses its tail for balance.
The rusty spotted cat is the smallest wildcat in the world. It has amazing colouring. Very little is known about this cat. Its nocturnal but does hunt during the day too. Its fearless and will even take on a gazelle. Really cool little creature.
The Sumatran tiger have the most distinctive stripes of all the tiger species. They are also the smallest of the remaining tiger species. They are really beautiful. With only half of them living in protective areas they are in a really critical and scary position. It would be a shame if these amazing animals will be lost from our world.
The colours of these lakes are so diverse and change as the sun rises. The sulphur inside the lakes causes the colour change. This Volcano is still slowly simmering. The beauty on this island is something special to behold.
It kind of looks like this large Komodo is posing on top of the other with a smug sort of look. What you don't realise is the battle that has just taken place and how he has total control and could really hurt the other dragon. Really special moment watching this battle unfold on Rinca in Komodo National Park.
Being less then five metres away from a deadly battle. These two Komodo dragons are locked in a fight. The one defending its nest. The bacteria in a Komodo Dragons mouth has the ability to kill within 24 hours. So the bite is lethal. In a war like this it is quiet easily for one of the dragons to sustain injuries which are fatal.
The red Eye tree frog has the most amazing eyes. It's colours are spectacular. It is found in low lying forest in Central America. These frogs use there eyes as a protective weapon. Popping out there eyes and has the read colour flare up.
This little african dwarf gecko has amazing colouring, playing around in macro can be a lot of fun. Mixing animals with other things. I added the flower to create another layer to the photo. The lizards colourings are really striking and so is the image of the flower.
This frogs eyes pop out and its colours flares when it feels threatened or that a predator is near. It uses the colouring and the eyes when it jumps to confuse a predator. It is believed the piercing colour when it moves at high speed confuses the predator.
Watching a glacier sheer for the first time was very humbling and blows your mind. When you think photos can't really tell the depth of what is happening. A section of ice the size of a six story building has just collapsed into the ocean. Its power sending a wave a metre and a half towards us. With global warming being forever in the press it opened your...
The red eye tree frog is found in Central America. Its colouring is totally amazing. It has really stunning colours and its eyes are used as a defensive tool as it pops out when under stress and its colours flame as it jumps confusing the predators with the intense colouring.
The mixture of mountains sea and glacier really do make an amazing composition for a photo. The cliffs of ice slowly sheering into the ocean as our planet warms could be lost forever. The contrasts in the ice really took my breathe away.
The serenity of an ice lagoon in the middle of no where is something that blows your mind. The colours and reflections, Ive frozen for years slowly breaking off glaciers and sitting melting in the Autumn sun.
Watching a glacier sheer is one of the most inspiring moments I have ever had. Seeing the pure force of mother nature and her beauty as she explodes is breathe taking and at the same time really sad. Knowing our polar caps are melting and the damage it could cause our earth is touching.
Seeing a polar bear for the first time in the wild is something out of this world. I took the photo while on foot walking around an ice lagoon, somewhere inside the Svalbard Peninsular. Special moment that will live with me forever.