So You Want To Be A Wildlife Photographer...
Mark photographing American Crocodile in Costa Rica 2012
Mark photographing American Crocodile in Costa Rica 2013
Mark on the Galapagos Islands, off the coast of Ecuador.
Mark in Tikal, Guatemala
Mark & Baby White Tiger
Mark & Brandon (A Clouded Leopard)
Mark in the Rainforest of Guatemala
Mark & Stingray in Belize
Mark & Connor ( Male Tiger)
Mark & Baby Wolf
Cluster Bombs (land mines) in Laos
On November 15th, 1998 I was severely attacked by a Cougar while working at a local Animal Preserve. It took me several years to fully recover from the attacks. I was bitten 7 times including two in the back of the neck. Broken bones in the neck and scars both mental & physical can take a lifetime to heal.
All in all, throughout my journeys I have been bitten, chased, charged , swarmed, detained and questioned. I have had equipment stolen, broken, examined and lost. (By the way, if anyone sees a baboon in Tanzania carrying some camera equipment...it's mine). I have taken showers with scorpions, slept with Barking Lizards, and stepped on more snakes than I care to remember...
Mark & Carmaletta (Baby Tiger)
Mark & Southern White Rhino
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