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  • The Bucket List: The Species I Most Want to See in the Wild

    I admit it: I’m a list guy. At the end of each year I rank my favorites in arts and entertainment here in the blog. Then I rattle off my favorite images and photo moments (and the runners-up). I took time to even rank my first fifty trips to Yellowstone a couple years ago. But I’ve never done a big

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  • Wildlife Photographer of the Year: WPY 59 Traveling Exhibition

    Earlier this month I was delighted to experience the Wildlife Photographer of the Year festivities at the Natural History Museum in London. My Highly Commended image, “Snow Bison” is now on display with so many other dynamic photos in the main WPY exhibit, which runs through June 2024. However, did you know the WPY exhibit also travels the world? Below you’ll

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  • Wildlife Photographer of the Year: Thoughts on a Bison Plowing Through Snow

    As I officially announced last week, I’m excited to have been honored with another Wildlife Photographer of the Year award. This year’s Highly Commended image, titled “Snow Bison,” was chosen in the highly competitive Animal Portraits category. As with my previous honored photos—WPY55’s Snow Exposure and WPY56’s Top Picker—I’d like to take a little time to explain what went into making

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  • Highly Commended: Wildlife Photographer of the Year (WPY59) – Animal Portraits

    Back in my senior year of high school, we were asked to write a prediction about our adult future. This was our chance to say something goofy or outlandish, though I suppose some folks took it pretty seriously and had a concrete sense of where they were going with their lives. In my case, I had developed a keen interest

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