|Tiger in the snow, Siberia|
Thursday, 23 February 2012
Posted by Louise Stone at 12:10
|Giselle leaping, Kenya|
Well all, it's my last week in Kenya and I'm incredibly sad to leave. I have gathered not only new knowledge and love for these animals, but also lots of beautiful prints to spice up my home in not-so-exotic Victoria BC. If you like what you see here, please check out my prints store to see my full range of wall hangings and photos for sale.
Posted by Louise Stone at 11:51
|Two adult male lions, Kenya|
Hello all! I've been busy busy busy these last few weeks in Kenya. Here's another shot from the animal reserve, two adult male lions together in the same domicile. A very rare occurrence for those who are unfamiliar with lion hierarchy! I am quite enjoying my stay here at the reserve, it's not often I am able to take calls or go online, but it's refreshing. The people here are so accommodating, and the animals so fascinating, I often forget about the rest of the world.
Posted by Louise Stone at 11:47
|Barney the white tiger in Las Vegas Nevada 2011|
Never in a million years did I think I would be traveling to Las Vegas.
As I am a creature of solitude, peace, and nature, my newly engaged friends had a hard time convincing me to fly to Nevada to come to their destination wedding. Reluctantly I agreed, and packed my bags anxiously, not knowing what to expect from the trip.
The wedding was beautiful, the trip was fun, AND I still got to see a tiger. Barney, one of Las Vegas' famous white tigers, sat pretty in his surprisingly large domicile as I snapped a photo of him.
Posted by Louise Stone at 10:53
|Arctic fox in Nunavut Canada, 2008|
For my first post, I've decided to pay tribute to the balmy -10 degree weather we've been having here in Victoria. I decided to show off one of my favourite images from my arctic adventure in 2008. An arctic fox huddled in the leeway of a snowbank pokes out to examine our group of photographers. That day was about -45 with the wind chill and I remember barely being able to stay outside shooting for more than five minutes at a time. I was wearing four pairs of pants, along with four tops and a full down jacket. And I was still getting cold!
Posted by Louise Stone at 10:44