Wildlife photography by its nature is a relatively lonely pursuit for the majority of the time. Wildlife and crowds usually don't mix, unless you are photographing city pigeons and sparrows.
Despite this, the logistical support required to photograph animals in their natural environment can be very in-depth and require the knowledge and expertise of many individuals. Not to mention any extended stay in an overseas country usually requires help from another at some stage or another.
Many people helped me on this trip and I wish to thank them.
So was the trip worthwhile and would I repeat the trip?? Definitely.
America has absolutely stunning landscapes, many cute rural towns, exceptional wildlife, and many interesting and unique people from differing cultures. It seems that every time I visit this country, I want to return and spend longer than the previous visit......
So what's next? There's quite a bit in the pipeline - Another trip to Canada to photograph spirit bears and a trip to the arctic to photograph polar bears for a start. The prime time to photograph the Falklands is approaching quickly and if I'm to visit this area some planning will be needed.
Check out the website - www.AnaspidesPhotography.net