Been long since i posted here, was actually out assisting a pretty famous wildlife filmaker from Germany... Anyway here are a few images of ...
Democratic Republic of Congo, Butembo. This baby chimp was orphaned in the Congolese forest near the Maiko Park. Despite the trauma she was very curious and surprisingly social. She is now being taken care of by the Jane Goodall Institute in Uganda (lwiro.blogspot.com/search/label/Ituri). This was our first meeting before I became her foster-mother.
It’s not just tigers, elephants and rhinos that are threatened by poaching. As Nepal hosts a Zero Poaching in Asia symposium this week, the WWF highlight 10 lesser-known Asian species being slaughtered to satisfy a growing demand for illegal wildlife products
I believe only a fellow photographer could appreciate the scene when I took this shot: I've got this really tiny toad perched on the thumb of my left hand as I try to hold my camera in my right hand and get a shot without shaking. Then, I've got to be sure there's nothing distracting in the background except the green grass....so I'm twisting my body ever so slowly to line up the shot while trying to hold my left hand still so as to not disturb his throne. Anyone watching my contorted body movements would have thought I was crazy - and by the look in his eye, I'd say that's what this little fellow was thinkiing at the time.... © All Rights Reserved - No usage allowed in any form without the written consent of Jeff R. Clow
There’s a whole world of sci-fi monsters right here on our very own planet.