This summer WildAid contacted me, asking whether I would like to photograph one of their events. Last time I worked with them (during the Tiger Gala in March ’11) I met lovely people and made memories I treasure, all while helping in a good cause. I was excited for the opportunity to do a little more to support the charity and happily agreed.
The event in question was a cocktail party hosted at the stunning home of internet entrepreneurs and generous philanthropists, Michael and Xochi Birch, in order to bring several international branches of WildAid together to share news and inspiration.
While the stone lions stood guard at the door, preparations were underway inside…
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(Photo taken at 1/4000, f/3.5, ISO 400)
My photo was picked for Group 1 of the Landscape assignment over at PioneerWoman! As usual, she’s put together a wonderful selection, the best out of thousands of beautiful submissions. I’m thrilled to somehow be in there amongst them. Go and take a look at the gorgeous landscape photos there! Group 2 is now up as well.
“The single most important component
of a camera is the twelve inches behind it”
- Ansel Adams
Here are some photos that have inspired me recently.
Click the photos to get to the original pages, each photographer has many, many more beautiful photos worth seeing!
Photo by TaT Okada on Flickr
A simple and delicate composition. Like ghosts in a fog.
#2 All That Remains
Photo by Rob Cherry, on Flickr