Lion: King of the Jungle
Male Lion, known as the King of the Jungle, taking a rest.
Male Lion taking a rest.
King of the Jungle
Roaring: I followed this lion for some time and noticed he seemed to be following a path. I instructed the driver to drive quickly to get ahead of him on his path so I could shoot him head on. While walking towards us he was roaring, perhaps calling his mate who had been resting on the road with him before he started walking off.
The male Lion, known as the King of the Jungle.
The intense stare of the King of the Jungle, a male Lion.
Rhinoceros with Calf
Male rhinoceros with it's offspring.
Male rhinoceros with its young.
Baboons on the horizon with single trees.
Zebra Mare and Foal
Watching the interaction between a zebra mother and her offspring is so similar to watching the wild horses in the American Southwest.
The Weaver bird is an incredibly skilled weaver of grass to make its intricate nests.
Male Lion known as the King of the Jungle.
The male Lion in known as the King of the Jungle.
Giraffe on alert in the Masai Mara of Kenya.
Two Crested Cranes in Love
The heads and necks of these two Crested Cranes form a perfect heart shape.
One of the most beautiful birds I have ever photographed, the Lilac-Breasted Roller.
Lion; the King of the Jungle
I photographed this Lion one evening in the Masai Mara, just as the sun was disappearing, at 1/50th second exposure to get some motion blur, while hoping the eye and face would remain sharp by panning.
Cheetah on the lookout in the Masai Mara, Kenya.
Zebra and Wildebeest on the Masai Mara
Zebra and Wildebeest at sunset on the Masai Mara, Kenya, as far as the eye can see.
Wildebeest at Dawn
Wildebeests on the horizon at dawn.
Wildebeest on the Run
A motion blur image of a single wildebeest running. The objective of this image photography is to end up with a blurred image that connotes motion, but also to have a part of the image in sharp focus.