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March 21 2018

Graeme Teague Photography


HAIDA GWAII - formerly the Queen Charlotte Islands - remote wild rugged - experience 'the edge of the world'. Amazing light, amazing place, serious coverage, all aspects. RETURNING MAY 2018.
VANCOUVER ISLAND - Extensive long-term coverage of this dazzling part of the world, both topside and underwater. All subjects, including towns and cities, people, festivals and celebrations, historic, First Peoples, Salish Nation, gardens, wildlife, forests, islands, business, industry, maritime everything, aviation, tourism, parks, weather, adventure and fun. Resident with special access and connections.

March 21 2018

Kim Todd

2019 Nature and Steam Trains Calendars

I self-publish a 2019 Nature Calendar and a 2019 Steam Trains Calendar for the retail market. The company that does the printing for the calendars, PrintingCenterUSA, has requested to use my calendars for their marketing program. Not only will this showcase their excellent printing, but will provide exposure to my images as well.

February 15 2018

Ann & Rob Simpson

Eastern Shore and Peru

We just led a wildlife photography field trip to the eastern shore of Maryland and Virginia to destinations Ocean City, Assateague National Seashore, Assateague State Park, Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge and Chincoteague National Wildlife Refuge. We took lots of nice scenic images often with characteristic animals of the winter season. We got lots of waterfowl images including flight shots as well as an interesting American Wigeon and Mallard Duck hybrid. We successfully acquired images of the threatened Delmarva Fox Squirrel as well as the famous Chincoteague ponies. If anyone needs images of Peru we are leading a photo trip this summer to the Amazon, Andes, Machu Picchu, Sacred Valley, Cusco and Lima. We are also going to Pucusana for images of the fishing village, the Peruvian desert and the Villa Marshes. Another highlight will be a pelagic trip to photograph a wide variety of sea birds and whales. Another area for great images will be to the Ballestas Islands for one of the largest concentrations of birds on earth as well as large numbers of sea lions and fur seals. We will also photograph many endangered species as well as endemic and very range restricted organisms. Looking landward from our trip to the Ballestas Islands we will get photographs of one of the ancient earth sculptures, The Candelabra, a geoglyph nearly 400 feet long. Throughout the trip we will photograph many aspects of the extremely varied and long cultural history of Peru. Let us know if you need specific images from these areas. If you would like to go on our Peruvian adventure just send us an email. Ann and Rob Simpson

February 11 2018

Dennis Cox, LLC

African Safaris: Uganda and Tanzania