Wildlife snaps from readers to show the beauty of New York

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Johnny Yinger termed it as sheer dumb luck when he talked about the circumstances of his snap of a perched hummingbird sticking its tongue out. He stated that it was just a blink of an eye. One just cannot plan for that. Yinger’s snap named Hummingbird Tongue was selected as the winner of the Readers Wildlife Photography Contest 2014.
Over seventy snaps were handed for judging in 2014. The 2nd spot was handed to Poolville’s Robert F. Cook for his early morning snap of 3 coyotes – two of them standing on a bale of hay – across the path from his home. Frankfort Center’s Lynn Cleveland finished 3rd with her snap of a yellow warbler.
Yinger, from Fayetteville, stated that he has got a trumpet vine in his yard that the hummingbirds totally love. Often, he stand out there and take their snaps. The professor of economics and public administration at Syracuse University added tat he could get with fifteen feet, but he had to stay very still.
Cook told that he took his snap Early Morning Coyotes from around hundred and fifty yards away with a telephoto lens. It was tough for him to get very close to the species. Coyotes are very nocturnal creatures. He rarely sees them during the day. While Cleveland’s snap, Yellow Warbler was the result of persistence and patience. It was clicked near a pond in Fairfield. Lynn Cleveland told that the yellow warbler was bugging in the scrub apple trees, the leaves were too thick to get a clear shot. It left the trees for a few minutes.

Johnny Yinger termed it as sheer dumb luck when he talked about the circumstances of his snap of a perched hummingbird sticking its tongue out. He stated that it was just a blink of an eye. One just cannot plan for that. Yinger’s snap named Hummingbird Tongue was selected as the winner of the Readers Wildlife Photography Contest 2014.

Over seventy snaps were handed for judging in 2014. The 2nd spot was handed to Poolville’s Robert F. Cook for his early morning snap of 3 coyotes – two of them standing on a bale of hay – across the path from his home. Frankfort Center’s Lynn Cleveland finished 3rd with her snap of a yellow warbler.

Tim Hensel, from Fayetteville, stated that he has got a trumpet vine in his yard that the hummingbirds totally love. Often, he stand out there and take their snaps. The professor of economics and public administration at Syracuse University added tat he could get with fifteen feet, but he had to stay very still.

Cook told that he took his snap Early Morning Coyotes from around hundred and fifty yards away with a telephoto lens. It was tough for him to get very close to the species. Coyotes are very nocturnal creatures. He rarely sees them during the day. While Cleveland’s snap, Yellow Warbler was the result of persistence and patience. It was clicked near a pond in Fairfield. Lynn Cleveland told that the yellow warbler was bugging in the scrub apple trees, the leaves were too thick to get a clear shot. It left the trees for a few minutes.

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Travel Photographer of the Year contest looking for entries

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After a telling winning showcase, last year, with Timothy Allen taking the top honor, Travel Photographer of the Year photo competition is now open to new entrants for this year. The contest is open to all photographers from across the world – from amateur to professional. This is TPOTY’s twelfth go at this. Already they have various new scopes available to aspiring photographers.
International travel photography contest has now opened their doors, with prizes for single images, video, portfolios and many more. The overall champ of Travel Photographer of the Year would get a £ 2500 prize, and also an iPad case or personalized leather print book and a private showcase of their travel photography at the exhibit next year.
To be in with a scope of winning the title, the photographers have to give 2 or more portfolio entries. In this contest, there are 3 portfolio categories – ‘Earth, Air, Fire and Water’, ‘Spirit of Adventure’ and ‘Tribes’,
There would also be prizes for Best Single Image in every of the portfolio categories, as well as a New Talent Award open to amateur and semi-professional photographers only. The winner of the New Talent Award winner would get a day’s mentoring from a judge and £500 as well as a private showcase at this exhibit.
Young Travel Photographer of the year would get £250 as well as a place on a Young Photographers Alliance mentoring program.

After a telling winning showcase, last year, with Timothy Allen taking the top honor, Travel Photographer of the Year photo competition is now open to new entrants for this year. The contest is open to all photographers from across the world – from amateur to professional. This is TPOTY’s twelfth go at this. Already they have various new scopes available to aspiring photographers.

International travel photography contest has now opened their doors, with prizes for single images, video, portfolios and many more. The overall champ of Travel Photographer of the Year would get a £ 2500 prize, and also an iPad case or personalized leather print book and a private showcase of their travel photography at the exhibit next year.

To be in with a scope of winning the title, the photographers have to give 2 or more portfolio entries. In this contest, there are 3 portfolio categories – ‘Earth, Air, Fire and Water’, ‘Spirit of Adventure’ and ‘Tribes’,

There would also be prizes for Best Single Image in every of the portfolio categories, as well as a New Talent Award open to amateur and semi-professional photographers only. The winner of the New Talent Award winner would get a day’s mentoring from a judge and £500 as well as a private showcase at this exhibit.

Young Travel Photographer of the year would get £250 as well as a place on a Young Photographers Alliance mentoring program.

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Photographer charged for breaching wildlife code

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At time, people take whatever it takes to click a magnificent snap. Still, people face some difficulties when they cross the line breaking federal law. A wildlife photographer named Jim Neiger, who is also a photography instructor, based in Florida, recently found out what happens when you cross the line and does not really respect the subjects he is trying to take pictures of.

Recently, he broke the Endangered Species Act that asks people to stay minimum five hundred feet away from the endangered species nests. This time, the species is a Snail Kite that is a raptor belongs to the same family as hawks and raptors. Continue reading ‘Photographer charged for breaching wildlife codergb’

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