Red-Eared Slider Turtle
A curious pond Turtle surfaces to say hello.
Eye of the Gator
An extreme closeup image of an American Alligator, a animal that has survived since the Dinasaurs still roamed the Earth,.
A KIng Cobra coming straight toward the lens can challenge the nerves of any wildlife photographer.
A faint image of an oncoming Horny Toad Lizard.
The amazing tail of the Four-Horned Chameleon.
Red-eared slider Turtle
A closeup of a Red-Eared Slider Turtle posing for my camera.
Eye of the Gharial
A closeup view of the eye of a prehistoric animal. the Gharial. This is one of my signature images that have been viewed globally millions of times over.
Texas Snapping Turtle
A large Snapping Turtle crossing a road.
Rough Green Snake
Opheodrys aestivus, commonly known as the rough green snake, is a nonvenomous North American colubrid. It is sometimes called grass snake or green grass snake, but these names are more commonly applied to the smooth green snake.
Is the water warm enough
A sunning turtle checking the water temperature before taking a dip.
Soft shelled turtle
A soft-shelled turle relaxes in the muck of a Texas stream.
A large Iguana hangs out in the trees in Puerto Rico.
African Gaboon Viper
A deadly venomous snake that dwells within the rainforest of central Africa.