Bengals and Siberians are my favorite animals, and I loved studying the phenomenon of the white-coated Bengals. I find myself making tigers my PowerPoint subject yet again, but this time for photography. I adore nature and look up to those who are out to prevent poachers and farmers from slaughtering these beautiful animals. Your pieces are wonderful! Thank you for your dedication.
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Walter Kenneth Green(non-registered)
John, I sent a msg. to you a few years ago in regards to your Photo of 'MAX' busting free out of the back of the vehicle that I saw in a Nat. Geo. mag. Your reply was along the lines of, ( paraphrasing ) 'I've never actually been contacted because of my photography skills'......You were kind enough to respond and informed me on a book that was written dedicated to the conservation of Siberian Tigers.
And now, you have this site.....Stellar, I'm happy you relented. We are currently in Dublin, Ireland....and I just saw the piece on the Snow Leopards in Himalaya, very cool...captured the first with only one snare... Anyway, I will indeed Donate....Thanks For Your Work..and Pictures. All the Best.
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Hariyo 'Beebach' Wibisono(non-registered)
This is really visualizing your life time dedication to save the cat. Very inspiring... Great job John!