Photographing wildlife can sometimes lead me to mysteries that that even Mr. Google can’t answer. After wrestling with these deep questions, I have come to the conclusion I need specialized help in solving them.
I have decided that as a reader of this blog, you are eminently qualified. So here goes …
Does a snowy owl need a face to make a good photo?
Can a fox really watch me, listen to my camera and listen for sounds from a different direction all the same time?
Why would a Rocky Mountain Sheep be concentrating so hard just to whistle?
What is this black bear thinking as it’s peaking out from behind the branches?
When one hawk is checking out another one, what exactly are they looking for?