If critters don’t speak to you or your camera, then perhaps you’re not the Dr. Dolittle type…or at least in photography terms anyway. That doesn’t seem to be the case with the animal-loving folks who submitted for January’s assignment; “Critters.” We had another huge response from our readers with their images that cross all borders of the animal kingdom. From crocodiles, to caterpillars, elephants to egrets, and in the air and in the water, we see an amazing variety here. Some are abstract interpretations, some are macro environments of the insect world, and some capture the interaction between human and beast – if you happen to consider a horse a beast. The final result is a broad cross-section and exploration of this subject and just what we had hoped for. Thanks very much for the participation of everyone who contributed to this majestic gallery of fellow inhabitants on our prolific planet. Once again, you have outdone yourselves! We hope that you keep working on these assignments and ideas that will help inspire you in the future. We will always encourage you to keep on shooting and growing in your photography!
And by the way, here is a link to February’s assignment. We’re loving the dedication and involvement you are all showing with our monthly assignments. If you haven’t submitted before – and are lurking in the shadows – February might be a perfect month for you to join the party! (there might have been a clue in that last sentence, fyi.)
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