#WildlifeWednesday – New photos from Pt. Reyes, Northern California

It was nice to spend some time at home and breath deep after nearly 7 weeks traveling through November and December, but I can’t stay still for too long. Following the new year, I took a trip down to Northern California to photograph wildlife at the Pt. Reyes seashore with the help of my good friend Daniel Dietrich. With Daniel’s expertise on the location, I was able to put my new 600MM Canon lens to good use photographing bobcat, otters, several bird species and more. It was a quick but fruitful trip, and an excellent way to start the new year as I begin to drill down on new upcoming book projects.

If you’re planning to be in the area and looking for a knowledgeable guide, check out Daniel’s website!

I hope everyone’s new year is off to to a great start – leave a comment below and let me know where you think you’ll be headed in 2019!

3 Responses to “#WildlifeWednesday – New photos from Pt. Reyes, Northern California”

  1. Superb images, Art! This year I’m going to spend 16 days in Peru: one week at Machu Picchu and surroundings, one week in Huascaran National Park (north) and two days in Lima. Everything will be carried in a 30L backpack, including clothes, camera and filters. Have a great 2019, keep inspiring us! Greetings from Brazil.

  2. photos says:

    Hi Art, these are really a wonderful group of images from Point Reyes Seashore. I will be taking your advice and heading down shortly with my wife. She is getting getting me the day tour with Daniel as you suggested.


  3. Cali says:

    Niche shots! I head out to Point Reyes quite a bit between March and end of June. The variety of wildlife that you see at there always blows me away. It is what keeps bringing me back!

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