My alter ego: Botanist and Great White Hunter
My Prey: Flora and Fauna of the world
Weapon of choice: My camera – I can snap flora and shoot animals to my heart’s delight without harming or disturbing them in any way. As the saying goes “leave only footprints and take only photos”.
This wee guy was kidding around in Nepal
Proud peacock strutting his stuff in Kew Gardens London
Talking turkey in Mexico.
Fungi in Cost Rica, Saint Elena
Rhino up close and personal in Nepal
Fresias braving winter in an early bloom
Moss on a rock in Australia.
A armour plated behind in Nepal
Bouganvillea, the pink is actually the leaf and the flower the small white center
Monkey Business in Zambia
Parrots playing with a stone in Copan Honduras
Tarantula in Coata Rica, checked under my bed that nigth!
In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Close Up.”
Yoroshiku Onegai shimasu