Wildlife Photography

When I’m not taking photos of wild tornadoes, I enjoy traveling and visiting different national parks. Through this love of travel, I became a huge fan of wildlife photography. I’ve also come to realize that I can still “hunt” and “shoot” the wildlife with a camera and find the same rush as I’d imagine a hunter gets as they take down their game.

I enjoy photographing a lot of different animals, but my favorites are humpback whales, grizzly bears and elk. Unfortunately, these are also the hardest/most expensive to witness, so my experiences are still lacking.

Posts with wildlife

A Canadian Pacific Train travels through Morants Curve in Banff National Park on a sunny day in September 2017

ChaserCon Canada 2017

A Grizzly Bear along highway 40 in Peter Lougheed Provincal Park

Alberta Canada Trip July 2017

Whale Jumping in the Strait of Juan de Fuca off the coast of Vancouver Island

Washington’s Olympic Peninsula

Arch Rock off Anacapa Island in the Channel Islands National Park off Oxnard, CA

Channel Islands National Park

Welcome to Juneau Sign

Juneau, Alaska

A lone girl sits on a pile of rocks overlooking Moraine Lake in Banff National Park

Banff, Jasper and Yoho National Parks

Waterfowl Lakes in Banff National Park of Canada

Jasper and Banff National Parks

Moon shines over Resurrection Bay in Seward, Alaska

Alaska Trip 2015