Welcome to my ever increasing collection of photographs from around the world! I hope you find something that pleases the eye.
Sometimes a baboon just has to hang out and contemplate the meaning of life.
There must be few things more sobering than staring eye to eye with a lion.
It is difficult to see in this image, but hippopotamuses spin their tales as they defecate, and they fling waste in all directions.
Sunset over the Chobe River in Zimbabwe.
This photograph was taken in South Africa’s Kruger National Park. This magnificent male leopard came within ten feet of our safari vehicle.
Except for this single rhinoceros that we came across in South Africa, every other one we saw had it’s horns cut off in order to discourage poachers.
These are the ancient ruins of Angkor Wat in Cambodia.
This is a black-tipped reef shark that I encountered in the waters off Saint Martin.
This was a close exchange with a young silverback in the mountains of Rwanda.
This is Maho Beach on the Island of Saint Martin. The runway for the international airport is only metres from the sand.
Off the west coast of Scotland, there is an unusual island called Staffa. This island is of volcanic origin, and most of its coastline is comprised of hexagonal columns of cooled magma.
Huacachina is an oasis in the southern desert of Peru. One of the strange activities there is “sand” boarding off the crests of enormous sand dunes.
Stonehenge on the Salisbury Plain
This is Volcan Cotopaxi in the country of Ecuador.
On the east coast of the Yucatan peninsula in Mexico, the ancient fortress of Tulum looks over the warm water of the Caribbean. This is photograph is of the Templo de las Pinturas.