I previously worked as a news and sports photographer. Recently I have been enjoying wildlife photography. My approach toward bird photos is similar to sports photography. I attempt to capture mostly action and hopefully a unique perspective.
This alligator feeding in the salt marsh last week appeared quite purposeful in pursuit of it’s evening meal.
I suspect he was trying to gulp down some unfortunate fish, and I strongly suspect he was successful!
His teeth give new meaning to candy corn.
Well something about him does remind me of Halloween. 🙂
My…what sharp teeth he has!
I should get him a tube of that toothpaste with Extra Whitening.
Oh he’s cuddly. 🙂
These are incredible – the second one in particular is one heck of a photo!
I let the big guy do all the work and I just hang around and take the picture. 🙂
Cant believe how close you are! Hes like a pussycat……is he your pet??? just kidding…:-)
I could try to take him home like a stray kitty but I suspect he would just make a huge mess out if the house. 🙂
He’s a happy boy while fishing, I see. I can’t believe these close-ups you get. 🙂
He really was right there in front of me. But he totally ignored me and only paid attention to fishing, and that’s how I like it! 🙂
Even if it would nab you some cool photographs. 🙂
I don’t think our local gators dig the mushrooms too much. Not even the magic mushrooms. 🙂 They would rather have a nice fresh seafood dinner.
Amazing shots of that big fella. Just curious, roughly how many feet away were you for these? Don’t get too close… I enjoy seeing your photos too much for that. ;o) Thanks for sharing!
Hey Mick, well he was right in front of me, maybe 8 feet away. But he didn’t care about me he only wanted to catch his dinner (which wasn’t me). 🙂
Thanks for checking out these pics!
8 feet, huh? Wow! I knew you had to be close. BTW, I would have replied much sooner, but it took me a few days to figure out my password. Arrrg!!! The guy who invented passwords should be forced to walk the plank in front of that gator. LOL!
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