Greatland Wildlife Photography was inspired by my journeys to the State of Alaska over a period of 25 years. Documenting my experiences and those of my wife Cindy has provided me with great satisfaction and enjoyment. I have tried, with this web-site, to not only give you visual insight into my experiences but I have also tried to give you a written sense of what you are seeing as many times there is much more to the picture than the picture itself. I could go to the zoo and take many of these pictures but a great deal of the challenge in wildlife shooting is to be able to take pictures of animals in their habitat without the aid of fences, cages and the like.

In the last several years my wife Cindy and I have begun to venture off to other magnificent places such as Arctic Svalbard in July of 2012. In February of this year we took our first trip to Africa to photograph the magnificent cats of the Serengeti during the Wildebeest calving season.  We will return to Alaska twice during the Summer of 2013 and have just scheduled a trip to the Galapagos Islands with the magnificent people from Lindblad Cruises aboard the National Geographic Cruise Ship Endeavour.

We are also in the process of putting together another safari to the Serengeti in Tanzania in February of 2015.  Once was just not enough as this is truly the most amazing place that we have ever been.  Do you want to join us?  If you do, please contact me and we can see if there are still spots available for the trip of a lifetime!

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During the Summer of 2013 we will travel to Alaska twice in our attempt to once again capture the sights of the 49th State.  We will once again fly into Katmai National Park to view and photograph the great Coastal Brown Bears as well as any other available wildlife that is there.  We will also spend time on the Kenai Peninsula in search of Bald Eagles and the magnificent landscape that is abundant in the Kenai Mountains.  We will also fly across the Cook Inlet and through Lake Clark Pass and into the Lake Clark National Park region.  This is magnificent mountain, river,.. Read More

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