Here is a beautiful cat that I photographed, all ready with his green toy, for St.Patricks day! But that’s it for pet photography this week
While I am enjoying the warm weather in South Florida and taking a break from the cold Toronto winter, I haven’t had the opportunity to do any dog photography this week.
So I decided to focus on wildlife for this week’s pet project theme which is “green”. What better place to photograph wildlife than Florida? It is a haven for so many types of wildlife, in particular birds, iguanas and of course alligators!
When I think of green I think of nature. To me green is the colour of nature - aside from vegetation, there is green to be found in animals and birds as well.
Here are some images of wildlife, either surrounded by green vegetation or sporting the colour green themselves.
LOOK AT THE BRIGHT GREEN PATCH SURROUNDING THE EYES OF THESE GREAT EGRETS DURING BREEDING SEASON.
THESE BEAUTIFUL BIRDS ARE SURROUNDED BY GREEN VEGETATION AND GREEN MOSS IN THE WATER
REPTILIA ARE OFTEN THE COLOUR GREEN - HERE A LITTLE LIZARD AND IGUANA DISPLAY THEIR COLOUR
While I enjoy wildlife photography immensely, it is dog photography that is my passion! You can learn more about me here…
Please contact me for a dog photo shoot. I would love to photograph your furry friends in the Toronto and South Florida areas. [Boca Raton, Delray, Deerfield, Palm Beach, Fort Lauderdale, Coral Springs, Parkdale and beyond…]
Please also check out the blog of Jo Lyons Photography, the down-to-earth dog loving photographer for cherished dogs of Sydney, Central Coast, Newcastle and the Great Lakes Region of NSW for her take on the colour “green” in pet photography!