The latest issue of New Zealand Geographic has just come out, and it’s my first cover shot for the magazine. Check it out for the story on how the breeding site of this rare bird was discovered.
New uploads include tiny harvestmen and huge albatrosses, and they are all 44% bigger!
Near the end of a recent pelagic birdwatching trip on the Hauraki Gulf we came across one of the most magnificent things I’ve seen; a huge mixed pod of common bottlenose dolphins and false killer whales.
New photos of sea birds have been added to my library, including New Zealand storm-petrels, Cook’s petrels, and Buller’s and flesh-footed shearwaters.
New Zealand storm-petrels are fast and highly maneuverable in flight, making them a challenge to shoot—with camera or net-gun. It has been noticed that recently I have been a bit tardy with additions of new images. One of the things that has diverted some time from image processing has been the New Zealand storm-petrel project. […]