Wildlife Photos and PhotographersPosted by on January 9, 2014
Although all of us here at Little Curlew Press are writers and editors at our core, those of you who follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest know we’re also big wildlife and nature photography fans. There’s something about seeing panthers in their wild habitat or a filtered close up of a beautiful flower as we scroll down our news feeds, that just makes our day!
We’ve met so many incredibly talented photographers through social media. Here are just a few:
Susan Faulkner Davis – Armed with her Nikon D7100 camera and Nikon 80-400 mm lens, Susan Faulkner Davis photographs South Florida’s many spectacular wading and water birds.
Steve Creek – Our founder, Roger Real Drouin, is a little jealous of Steve Creek. It seems like this nature photographer is always out hiking, exploring and shooting photos. He got this shot of a bobcat at the Sequoyah National Wildlife Refuge in Oklahoma.
Gary O’Boyle – His Alaskan landscape photos are awesome.
Rebecca Hughes Sabac – This West Palm Beach, Fla. photographer and birder wows us with her spoonbill shots–she has a knack for catching them in action! She also gets up close to other birds such as eagles and painted buntings.
There are times we find ourselves sharing, retweeting and pinning so many photos–it can be hard to hold back!
Are you a wildlife photographer or photography enthusiast? Do you have a favorite nature subject that you love to see photographed?