After much deliberation over this matter, I have finally concluded that (in my opinion) these are the top ten photos that I had taken over the last year; arranged in no particular order so you can decide for yourself which one is the best! The photos were picked on the basis of composition, timing, luck,…Read more The Top Ten Photos of my Challenge!
Another photo of the crane I was talking about. While we munched on our sandwiches and other assorted picnic edibles, this bold gentleman was stalking the eating area, even going as far as taking a full burger from one of the patrons! Needless to say, if that had happened to me (given the price of…Read more My One Photo a Day Challenge: #365
Another shot of the wolf from our trip to the zoo. With the out of focus fence also in the same shot, it denotes a serious feeling of being trapped, especially with the wolf up on the hill looking out to the horizon. Not what I originally envisioned with this shot, but I can't help but…Read more My One Photo a Day Challenge: #362
A photo of some kind of crane, looking directly at the camera. I must say, this animal is much more majestic from the side. Or even any other angle where the bird isn't looking at the camera! An interesting shot nonetheless! I did have other shots of this animal from the side and even a…Read more My One Photo a Day Challenge: #361
One of the last photos I'll be uploading from our trip to the zoo. I know the expression on this face very well. It's the old "Please stop taking photos of me," face. Though I try to explain to her that I try to take photos of beautiful things, and she is no exception. In…Read more My One Photo a Day Challenge: #359
Were we the ones watching them, or were they the ones watching us? The blank expression and the beady eyes suggest that the latter is true here. I've never seen an animal who looks so wise or world-weary. I almost feel like he's not even an animal at all. Even from the photo, there's very…Read more My One Photo a Day Challenge: #358
A lone wolf shot through the glass of her enclosure. I say 'her' due to the feminine quality of the pose and the gentle eye looking up from the ground. She could also be a he but there is no way to be sure. Either way, this wolf is a magnificent creature nonetheless. I managed to…Read more My One Photo a Day Challenge: #353