1. A ROSE BY ANY OTHER NAME…

    This is Rockfig Jr., a beautiful leopard I saw in Timbavati, South Africa. Unfortunately, her name does not do her justice.

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  2. HAPPY LABOR DAY WEEKEND…

    Hope you’re enjoying a lovely holiday…

    (Source: theinsatiabletraveler.com )

     
  3. WHERE THERE’S AN ELEPHANT, YOU’LL FIND AN EGRET.

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  4. THE ELEPHANT AND THE EGRET…

    The story here

     
  5. THE BARBERSHOP DUET

    Don’t they look like they could be two drunk zebra’s singing?

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  6. GOOD MORNING! 

    Two young zebra greet each other at a local watering hole in Amboseli, Kenya

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  7. A  PICNIC WITH AN ELEPHANT

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  8. REDISCOVERING NEW YORK: THE ACCORDIONIST

    Taken in the Terrace Drive tunnel in Central Park.  I’ve posted this photo in a variety of black and white treatments as well as the original on my blog. Which version do you like best? Why?

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  9. REDISCOVERING NEW YORK: BETHESDA TERRACE AND THE BUBBLE MAN

    You’ve seen few things as sweet or as insane as the children on Bethesda Terrace chasing bubbles in Central Park... View Post

     
  10. HYENA STROLL

     This hyena was on a mission. She passed the group of elephants engaged in a group hug (see previous post) and was on her way.

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  11. GROUP HUG…

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  12. THE GROUP HUG AND THE HYENA

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  13. REDISCOVERING NEW YORK

    Do you know this guy? Chances are, if you’ve been in Central Park on a Saturday in the last 23 year, you might have heard David “The Guitar Man” serenade a crowd of 100 or more. I saw him for the first time two years ago but rediscovered him yesterday… The story here, plus bonus video.

    Have you seen Dave sing?

     
  14. Stopping for some wine and a burger after a great day of shooting in Central Park. Beautiful day!

     
  15. THE ELUSIVE AMBOSELI PIN-HEAD CHEETAHS

    Can you spot them?  View Post to get a closer look.