If I could time travel into the future, my first port of call would be the point where medical technology is at its best because, like most people on this planet, I have this aversion to dying. — Neal Asher
I am really enjoying watching and photographing the owl family this year. The view is about as good as it gets when it comes to owls. Check out the talons on this 4-5 week old great horned owl, they grow so very quickly.
Do you need a bucket list of breathtaking dive sites to visit? Do you need some new reading material? Look no further!!! @Natgeo@tlcbooktours@brianskerry and @carriemiller_writer just published an in-depth guide to some of best dives in the world. Feel free to leave your favorite dives in the comments!
Whether you’re open water, divemaster, wreck, or tech divers, this book has something for you!! The #100divesofalifetime are categorized by level of difficulty, and span all five oceans. For each dive site, readers are provided information and travel tips on water temps, visibility, depth, type of dive, optimal season, as well as a list of animals you could see!
I don’t take many photos of landscapes because I don’t really rate my photography as good but this landscape in the Samburu Game Reserve was too hard to pass up.
I edited it in two different ways ... which one works best?
The African Cape buffalo is known for its charateristic horns. Unlike their asian counterparts, the water buffalos, they have never been domesticated because of their unpredictable nature. Ngorongoro Conservation Area, Tanzania (2014)
Greetings from the Shooting Nomads!This bison is clearly the ruler of his domain. His magnificence is undeniable and he clearly loves to flaunt it with great might and show of strength. He forced others to move out so that he could enjoy and relish in his mud roll and leave his scent in the wallow. All other nearby bison gave him every bit of space that he demanded. After the wallow he gave a few powerful shakes to spread it far and near. All part of the bison rut display of dominance.