I’ve been following Steven Kessel’s blog for a while now and today I thought “I must share this treasure of a blog with my followers, right now !!!” and having received immediate permission to use four images for the purpose of recommending his blog, I’ve got straight to work. Actually, I’ve used five images – hmm!
Steven Kessel lives in Tucson, Arizona but takes his camera everywhere so there’s plenty of images taken in Arizona but also other places he goes like Alaska.
Below I share with you a tiny selection of images from those at his site, and I’ll give you links to some of his blog-posts. I found his site a bit challenging to navigate but persevere because the photos are amazing 🙂
Blog home for Steven Kessel: Sonoran Images
Steven provides large-size versions of his images so simply go to the original blog-post to access a much larger version.
Roseate Skimmer, southern Arizona
From: Roseate Skimmer | August 20, 2017
Now, just a quick word. Being from New Zealand you can’t blame me for getting carried away with bear photos. Steven has a huge range of photos and its just my fascination with bears that means they dominate my little selection here!
Bear with “time for reflection”
From: Alaskan Brown Bears, Part II – Sows and Boars | July 17, 2017
Bear cubs. “Sumo wrestling resumed, now fiercer than ever.”
From: Alaskan Brown Bears, Part VI Agro’s Cubs Go All Out
Date: July 21, 2017
Links to some more really good bear posts from Steven’s site:
Cub’s Play | July 20, 2017
Alaskan Brown Bears, Part III – Motherhood | July 18, 2017
Blue iceberg in a fjord of Alaska’s southern coast
From: Alaskan Fjords – Fog, Rain and Ice | September 23, 2017
And here is the fifth photo that I simply couldn’t resist! I found it in Steven Kessel’s Gallery at his site:
Steve’s caption for this image is Sleeping Madonna and Children
If you enjoyed this blog-post you may enjoy another post I’ve done that features text and photos from Steven Kessel of Sonoran Images:
Monarch meets Queen (about Monarch butterflies versus Queen butterflies)
Posted by Exploring Colour (2017).
All images taken by Steven Kessel, Sonoran Images and used with permission.