Wednesday, August 21, 2019

Cheese!


“Cheese!”
Judy Royal Glenn Photography

Did you know that giraffes don't have upper front teeth? They actually have the same number of teeth as we do, but most of their teeth are molars in the back of their mouth.

Backstory to this photo: My husband and I went to the Wild Animal Safari. Most of the animals roam freely on 500+ acres of land. The giraffes will come to your car to eat the special food that can be purchased in the gift shop.

On the second trip through the park, our SUV made a very loud explosion and steam poured out from under the hood. While we waited for help and get towed out of the park, I photographed the animals near my car. Why not make the best out of a bad situation!

We ended up buying a new car that day as my car was starting to break down too often because it was old and had about 240,000 miles on it. 

To purchase wildlife and nature fine art prints, please visit my website:

www.judyroyalglennphotography.com

Location: Pine Mountain, Georgia.

Monday, August 19, 2019

Double-striped Thick-knee


“Double-striped Thick-knee”
Judy Royal Glenn Photography

What a great way to celebrate World Photography Day by bring the world to others through a photograph. Photography allows people to see something they may never have seen before. This Double-striped Thick-knee sure can’t be found in North America.

I photographed this little fellow while I was in Cartagena, Columbia. They breed in Venezuela, northern Brazil, Columbia, southern Mexico and South and Central America.


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www.judyroyalglennphotography.com


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Location: Aviario Nacional de Colombia, Cartagena, Columbia

Thursday, August 15, 2019

Hangin’ With Ma


“Hangin’ With Ma”
Judy Royal Glenn Photography

The kindness of a stranger led me to this shot back in May. As my friends and I were near the road going back to our car, I man driving by told my friend that a mama bear and her cubs were in a tree near the road.

The mama bear’s name is Charlotte. She and her two cubs were just doing what bears do—hangin’ in a tree.

To see a photo of Charlotte, click here.

To purchase wildlife and nature fine art prints, please visit my website:

www.judyroyalglennphotography.com

Location: Cades Cove, Tennessee

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