It has been a good winter for ice formations along Lake Superior’s shoreline. Some winters there is little to no ice along the shore (such as last year), while other times there can be piles of ice over ten feet high.
Here are a few images from a recent trip to Costa Rica…more to come.
This has been one of the best years for seeing Snowy Owls in the in a long time. Every 5-10 years Snow Owls irrupt from their arctic territory and we see an increased number of birds across the US. Standing nearly two feet tall and weighing about four pounds, the Snowy Owl is North America’s heaviest [...]
Alaska is one of the best places in the world to photograph wild brown bears and we are excited to be able to offer a photographic adventure to do just that. Join us July 16th-21st 2012 for our Brown Bear instructional workshop in Lake Clark National Park for 5 days of amazing photographic opportunities [...]
The Great Bear Rainforest is one of the wildest places left in North America. It is home to an astounding amount of bio diversity including salmon, wolves, humpbacks, orcas, grizzly, black and spirit bears. It is one of the largest remaining tracts of unspoiled temperate rainforest left in the world and home to some of [...]
Some new images from Alaska…more to come. Nate