2015 in Review

2015 has been one of, if not, my best wildlife photography year to date. I've photographed in swamps, mountains, valleys, lakes, rivers and other great locations. 2015 is the year that I won in the Wildlife in NC magazine and had my image published on the cover. I've photographed more black bear than ever before. I photographed more eagles in 2015 than any other year. I will remember this year as the year that I photographed not only one but TWO red wolves. Having searched endlessly for them over the years it was such an honor and privilege to witness and photograph them.  I've made solo trips, I've made trips with my beautiful wife Candace & I've also taken a few trips with a person who I'd like to call a good friend, Tim (you can see his site here). I don't think I can pick an image out of these 20 that I would say is my favorite. Each and every one has a special place in my heart and for me its all about the experience. Out of all the traveling and photographing in 2015 I can honestly say it's been a great year but I'm more excited than ever to see what 2016 holds in store. Enjoy!

Red Wolf near Lake Mattamuskeet

Red Wolf near Lake Mattamuskeet

Worm Snake

Worm Snake

Great Horned Owl at Pocosin Lakes

Great Horned Owl at Pocosin Lakes

Green Tree Frog

Green Tree Frog

Great Blue Heron

Great Blue Heron

Tundra Swan landing on Pungo Lake

Tundra Swan landing on Pungo Lake

Bear cub resting on tree limb

Bear cub resting on tree limb

Self Portrait

Self Portrait

Whitetail Doe crossing a swamp

Whitetail Doe crossing a swamp

Red Winged Black Bird and Bald Eagle

Red Winged Black Bird and Bald Eagle

Young bear resting on tree limb

Young bear resting on tree limb

Swarm of Honey Bees

Swarm of Honey Bees

Carolina Wren on wood duck box

Carolina Wren on wood duck box

Double Crested Cormorant taking off

Double Crested Cormorant taking off

Black Bear

Black Bear

Looking Glass Falls

Looking Glass Falls

Green Tree Snake mimicking a leaf stem

Green Tree Snake mimicking a leaf stem

Tundra Swan calling

Tundra Swan calling

Old black bear standing

Old black bear standing

Bull Elk Bugling

Bull Elk Bugling

I would also like to thank my family and each & every fan of my work. Thank you!!

See everyone in 2016!

Cheers! -Neil

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