A selection of my photographs from the ten that I submitted to the Professional Photographers of Canada for a Wildlife Accreditation. I was pleased they were accepted with an Overall Quality of VERY GOOD.
Five photographs from my Wildlife Accreditation submitted to the Professional Photographers of Canada and how each photograph came to be taken.
Five more of the ten photographs I submitted to the Professional Photographers of Canada to become Accredited in Animal Photography
Five of the ten animal photographs that I submitted to the Professional Photographers of Canada for an accreditation. The accreditation was accepted and received EXCELLENT for overall quality.
Remembering the heavy snowfalls and colder than normal temperatures in early March. Hiking through deep snow to photograph Grande Mountain, Mount Hamell and Mount Louie.
A trip to Hanna, Alberta to photograph Snowy Owls that sit high on power poles or glide silently over the fields looking for food.
Winter landscape photography at Sulphur Gates, Grande Cache with memories of seeing a Fox during a previous trip.
Driving the Alberta prairie back roads in winter looking for wildlife and photographing Snow Buntings using a vehicle as a hide.
A winter hike up a local quarry after the snow stops falling and the clouds move off to reveal a landscape the looked more like a Dreamscape.
While traveling through Yellowstone National Park and Oregon State Park, I was able to photography some wildlife at play. Accidentally came upon otters sliding in the snow in Yellowstone and then Sea Lions playing in the surf along the coast.