Doodle on Elk Island - Elk Island being the dead elk at the bottom of the garden. It's top of Doodle's bucket list of local attractions
Today is the last day of the @natgeocreative flash print sale. Get your hands on a signed print from some of my awesome photog buddies. Follow the link in my profile to the @natgeocreative flash print sale site. I'm buying @dguttenfelder image of the bison and the red car - one of my all favourite pictures - a true classic
I absolutely love this photo by my good buddy @brianskerry - It's both beautiful and powerful. Signed prints like this one from @natgeocreative photographers are on sale now. Visit the link in my profile
to see the full collection of images in honor of Earth Day. Sale ends on tomorrow!
Photo by @stevewinterphoto -There are a lot of photographers in the world photographing big cats and then there's @stevewinterphoto - his work is simply the best. He is a friend, a colleague and a hero of mine and his photographs inspire me. This week we're having a print sale and Steve and some of my other fellow @natgeo photographers have signed prints from @natgeocreative for sale. Visit the link in my profile to see the full collection of images in honor of Earth Day. Sale ends on April 22nd.
Hello New Joisy!
Published in May 2016 “Yellowstone - America’s Wild Idea” issue of the National Geographic magazine; this image features a grizzly bear guarding a bison carcass from ravens. The articles take a fascinating look at the interactions between humans and wildlife in our National Parks and examines what happens when we protect spaces large enough for these animals to be free of daily human contact.
Purchase signed prints of this image for $100 from April 17th - April 22nd. Click on the link in my profile to see all the signed prints featured in @natgeocreative’s Flash Sale.
Live today! I’m pleased to announce that my photo of a grizzly bear guarding a bison carcass is running with the @natgeocreative’s Flash Sale collection from April 17th - April 22nd in honor of
Earth Day. Visit the link in my profile to see all the signed prints on sale for $100.
Pinedale this morning
I'm so bored on the flight from the UK to the US that I have dressed myself up in 15th century Flemish style. I was inspired by my friend Lori who sent me a link to Nina Katchadourian who does it very well and clearly pioneered the art of dressing in 15th century Flemish style whilst in aeroplane toilets. My trousers are up by the way.
Today I got terrorised by kea. On assignment for @natgeo in Austria. Photo by @robsrw
So goddam England! The Thames at Wargrave
That's about as English as I've ever seen. On assignment for @natgeo photographing pigeon racing
Cooper enjoying the view
England looked beautiful today - the sun was shining and the sea was calm
Here's Dennis enjoying Lloyd playing the piano to Arnie. Check out our @natgeo instagram story today to see more of these dudes
Working with Dennis and Lloyd today - Lloyd is playing the piano - Dennis likes Beethoven and Lloyd likes playing it. Dennis is a starling and is fantastically musical and vocal. On assignment for @natgeo in Britain. Oh Dennis also doesn't seem to mind crapping on Lloyd's shoulder.
This morning I went for a walk with Bran and some cows. On assignment for @natgeo
The ego-warrior consistently exaggerates the danger of their predicaments in order to create a hero narrative. Although the purported 'mission' of the narrative is superficially another subject, i.e lion, tiger or climate change; the ego-warrior quickly becomes the central focus of the mission. The mission subject then often becomes the danger that the ego-warrior must endure and conquer, along with other environmental factors often climatic who's effects are exaggerated.
Although the presented purpose of the mission narrative is to save and preserve the mission subject it, in fact, rarely is. More often the mission narrative, in reality, is to present a hero to the world who against all odds will risk his* life to save the world. *Ego-warriors are almost always men (although some women do fall foul). Ego-warriors indeed will risk their lives but never in pursuit of their purported goal. Instead they will put their lives at risk for their ego, believing, without critically considering, the base rewards putting their lives in danger would bring them.
The ego-warrior often works with mega-fauna with particular attention to predators as this enforces their myth of danger and heroic endeavour. #egowarrior
Seattle in the rain
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