Moremi Game Reserve

 

Photo by Stephen Powell Wildlife Artist Photographer Lilac-breasted Roller Flying

Lilac-breasted Roller Flying. Missed by a beak!

This is the Roller shot that I nearly nailed, lost by a beak- next time! Immature Great white Pelican, Grey Heron, African Darter, Yellow-billed Stork, Pink-backed Pelican & Wattled Crane. How close are the animals when I photograph them? Some too fare away to get great shots but are great for reminders of what I saw. The lions mouth gives some indication of just how close some

Photo by Stephen Powell Wildlife Artist Photographer  Pelican, Grey Heron, African Darter, Yellow-billed Stork, Pink-backed Pelican & Wattled Crane.

Pelican, Grey Heron, African Darter, Yellow-billed Stork, Pink-backed Pelican

 

Photo by Stephen Powell Wildlife Artist Photographer Wattled Crane

Wattled Crane

 

 

Photo by Stephen Powell Wildlife Artist Photographer Lion Mouth

Lion Mouth

animals do get. Some too close to focus <1.5mt. Some close enough to check mouth hygiene!!!

About Stephen Powell

Stephen has been an active environmentalist working in, field work, public speaking and lobbying at all levels of government. He has spoken at school and community gatherings as well as on radio. His comments on environmental issues have appeared in newspapers and newsletters. His work has attracted a number awards, which include Wildlife Art Society of Australasia & Best Flora or Fauna-Moomba Art Show. His passion shows in his works which are in demand for galleries and as private commissions. Training: Watercolour: ‘The Botanical Art School of Melbourne’ under the internationally acclaimed Jenny Crompton (Phillips) Oil: with the gifted wildlife artist Krystii Melaine. Drawing and field sketching: with Steve Morvell He takes classes and travelled to Mitchell School of Arts to take wildlife art workshops. And the Murrumbidgee School of Creative Arts in Wagga Wagga. McGregor School Uni Southern Queensland Toowoomba. Grafton to be added in 2011.
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