Raymond Barlow

Apr 142016
 
Wild Tigers of India - in Battle!

June 2015 – Destination: Ranthambore National Park, India. Well to start, I need to thank all of my guests – over 40 Photo Tour excursions around the world, and so many stories to tell!  Over the next few months I do plan to publish more images, and articles here with Focusing on Wildlife.  It’s been […]

Apr 272013
 
Costa Rica Update

My second tour complete, so naturally, lots of editing waiting on the hard drives. Both of the 2013 tours were very successful, wonderful guests, amazing nature to see and photograph. This most recent trip was exceptional as we were able to stand in a farmers field and watch Quetzals with their nest. A tree line […]

Aug 182012
 
Raymond's Bee-eater with a Bee?

A very cool experience! On a tour last year in Tanzania Africa, we were working the trails in a great park called Lake Maranyara. We stop for our lunch at a group area near the dried up lake, so I quickly “wolfed” down my chicken and snacks, and started working the area on foot. Our […]

Aug 042012
 
Eastern Bluebird Photography

Nesting Our bluebirds here in Ontario are a very beautiful species. so much fun to just sit back and watch them during nesting season. The male and female work together, and rarely will you see them separated. Mainly, they find man made bird boxes, and create nesting inside, through access of a 1 inch diameter […]

Jul 172012
 
Raymond's Costa Rica Birds

Passion A passion for challenge will take you to Costa Rica. The birds are spectacular, and the degree of difficulty for photography is immense. If you have never photographed birds in Costa Rica, you are definitely in for a treat. The colours alone make it worth the trip. Locations A big part of any successful […]

Jul 112012
 
A Family of Peregrines Part 1

Nature’s Wonders, by Raymond J Barlow 2 of the worlds most amazing natural wonders, the Peregrine Falcon, and Niagara Falls in one place! Photographers from around Ontario and New York State have been enjoying the beauty and speed of this incredible Peregrine falcon family. They have nested and been successful with 4 fledglings now being […]

Jun 232012
 
Raymond's Birds of Tanzania Part I

Welcome to Africa! Probably three of the most favorite words, spoken to me in my life. Africa is a dream for most people, and a reality for the fortunate. Yes, a tour to Tanzania is very expensive, but also, incredibly rewarding. A lot of research and a lucky email from my partner in Tanzania, and […]

Jun 212012
 
Bird of India Part III

Pangot Woodlands With the beautiful mountains of the Himalayas surrounding us, along with incredible fresh air, we ventured into the woodland areas searching for interesting subjects. With Caesar, and 3 drivers, 2 guides, we were able to locate several excellent species. Study and Patience. While we all would trek around looking for something cool to […]