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Newsletter #109

Newsletter # 109


Blue-fronted Parrot

Howler Monkey

Vermillion Flycatcher

Greater Anteater & Baby

Thank you.



Pantanal, Brazil
June 11th – 25th, 2011

Titusville Wildlife & Birding Festival
January 26th – 31st, 2011

Camera for Sale!

Holiday Gift Idea!






A Pantanal photo workshop is unique in that it takes place in the world’s largest wetland. The photographic opportunities of the Pantanal are among the most abundant anywhere in the world! The Pantanal covers about 75,000 square miles, which is 10 times the size of the Everglades, and is home to over 1000 species of birds, 360 species of mammals, 480 species of reptiles, 400 species of fish, and over 3500 species of plants. You won’t know which way to point your camera lens! The colors and diversity of the wildlife in the Pantanal is something you truly have to see to believe. We’ll give you a shot on our Pantanal photography workshop! You will have a fabulous lifetime experience filling up your camera with breathtaking photographs of the wonders and abundant wildlife of the Pantanal. We will be traveling to various special areas of the Pantanal in our very own private vehicles. These areas we will be visiting were hand picked by me, and are my favorite spots due to the overall variety of birds and wildlife. Over the past several years, I have discovered areas in the Pantanal that are special and produce even more great chances for spectacular photography conditions to exist! One of the many benefits of this trip, is that we will be living and shooting on privately-owned ranches that encompass thousands of acres in every direction. I have made special arrangements to have specially designed vehicles with professional, experienced drivers and naturalist/guides to ensure we find the best possible locations and situations to photograph the wildlife in a comfortable, relaxed setting. Many of the other tour companies create crowded, busy situations that are less than ideal, and often leave you wishing you had more time or space to shoot the way you want. We go to great lengths to provide you the ultimate Pantanal photography workshop.






Pantanal Tour Info:

June 11th – 25th

$8,250 – Double Occupancy
$2,400 – Single Supplement

Tour Includes:
All Drivers & Guides
Tips for all services rendered
Full-board (rooms & meals)
One night drive at each Pantanal lodge
Pontoon boat trips
Bottled water per day
Park Fees
Professional photographic assistance

Tour Does Not Include:
Visas or any airport taxes
Wine & other extra beverages

For more information on this tour & all the tours we offer, please visit:



14th Annual Space Coast
Birding & Wildlife Festival
Jan. 26th -31st




Once again, I’ll be participating in this fun, informative, rewarding, & educational event. If you like wildlife, (birds, Florida panther & other wildlife treats are always in attendance) and you like to see the latest equipment—binocs, cameras, video, luggage/backpacks etc.—and you like viewing all different forms of artwork—photography, paintings, wooden, clay, ceramic crafts by local & non-local artists—and if you like in-the-field workshops or walking/boating ventures—bird watching adventures, and photography outings conducted in the field by some of the best professionals in the business—and the added bonuses of various presentations. If you like any and all of the above, then this is the event for you!!




I personally will be conducting two in-the-field wildlife photography outings (I call them Strolls with the Pro), and on Saturday afternoon, the 29th, I’ll be giving a presentation called “Born Free”. This is about a 50-minute slide-music production I have put together for, not only your viewing pleasure and enjoyment, but hopefully to give you a little more insight into Nature’s treasures and messages. There will be plenty of time afterward for any discussions or questions you may have. As usual, I will have my double booth display with brochures, pamphlets, and other information regarding all my tours, workshops etc. There will be signed-by-me mounted images for sale and custom orders available. And, as always, I am available to visit with you and discuss your personal work, and help with any photo questions, problems, and/or critiques. For the past few years, many have wanted to participate and take advantage of this time, so in order to accommodate everyone, I’ll no doubt have to have a sign-up sheet for an appointed time. If you are seriously thinking of coming to this wonderful Festival, I suggest you check into accommodations soon as this little city of Titusville gets pretty busy and you do not want to be left out!! Your best bet is to go to the Festival’s website for details. Touch base with me and let me know if you are going to be there, and if there are any special requests. You have to sign up directly with the ‘powers that be’ through the Festival for any workshops you wish to attend—the calendar is on the website.





Camera for Sale!

Cannon Mark 2N

Batteries included

Battery charger

Excellent condition

Cost is $900

Call me at 954-914-5884
for more information.




If you are interested in any of my tours, click on their corresponding link below:



Photo Researchers, Editors, and Publishers:

As stated in previous newsletters, at no obligation to you, send me a “want list” of images you are looking for that may coincide with a trip I’m about to take, or have recently taken, and I’ll do my very best to seek out that subject and shoot it with your request in mind. This may save you some expense, give me a specific mission and possibly a sale of that image. It’s a ‘win, win situation’!

A quick reminder that my library of 35mm original slides houses approximately 75,000 images, and my digital library presently holds over 100,000 (and growing-hourly)!

My website holds an in-depth Stock Shop for your quick review:



Photographic Accessories

The Better Beamer Flash Extender

For telephoto lenses from 300mm on up only $45.00 each

More Info





Specifications & Functions

  • Reduces battery drain
  • Weighs 2 1/2 ounces
  • Easy to use
  • Fits in your shirt pocket
  • Flash reaches greater distances (about 500 ft.) w/smaller aperture
  • Fresnel lens stays in place with sturdy side-arms

“Keep Your Aperture Your Priority”

Golden-winged Cacique

Giant Otter

Harpy Eagle

Jabiru Stork

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