Most of my work is wildlife. Although I do other genres.
My preference is North American predators. The favorite being gray wolves. My love for wolves goes back to when I was a boy, I have always found them fascinating. Having shot at various locations, I have found the choice location for photographing wolves, grizzlies, and other large animals is Yellowstone.
National Geographic Television, Wolf Print Magazine, National Geographic Children's Books, Endangered Species Coalition,American Scientist Magazine, National Wolfwatcher Coalition, International Wolf Magazine, Wolves of The Rockies, Huffington Post, Indian Country Today, Newsy.com (online news), Spektrum der Wissenschaft (German Science Magazine), Center for Biological Diversity... Other publications include numerous online conservation groups and organizations throughout the US and Europe, in addition to book and magazine publications in Germany, Australia, and the UK.
I am self taught and have been pursuing photography for about thirteen years. It has become a passion of mine. For more on me, visit the About page.
Sit back and relax with your favorite drink and enjoy a slideshow or two... All slideshows are full screen!
Embracing Nature Gallery has added iPhone and iPad cases to the gallery store. You can now have your photo selection on the back of the iPhone case, or the front of the iPad case. Look under "Specialty" items at checkout.
I have put together a collection of select photos from three galleries, and put them into two books.
Photos from the Yellowstone Wolves and Wolf vs Bison galleries appear in:
"The Wolves of Yellowstone" ~ A Pictorial Essay.
Photos from the Portfolio gallery appear in:
"Embracing Nature Wildlife Photography"
Both books are available in two sizes, 13 x 11" and 10 x 8". They are hard cover and contain 77 color photographs. The Embracing Nature Wildlife Photography also comes in 10 x 8" soft cover. They can both be previewed and purchased online by clicking here.
California Coast 9/12
Yellowstone Winter 2012
Yellowstone Winter 2011
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NANPA (North American Nature Photography Association)
I use Canon cameras and lenses. I know not everyone is into the equipment side of photography, but for you gear heads who are, stop by http://jimmyjonesphotography.com/camera-gearMy Gear for some shop talk.
Great shots from the trip Jimmy! Say hi to Debbie.
Wow.. This is amazing and I do not have the right words to describe the beauty of these photos. It is rare that we get to see the mountain wildlife, as it will be snowing almost throughout the year. http://poweredmanagement.com/