Karen & Drew Rendall have worked together for 20+ years studying wild animals in wild places. Research has focused mostly on different species of primates (monkeys) but we’ve bumped into some other neat critters and seen some great places along the way. We try to keep a camera close at hand, yet still miss a lot of great shots. But, we've fluked a few good ones. Over time, the technology has changed. You can see this in the variable crispness and clearness of some of our shots. But grainy or crisp, they capture some of the spirit of a wild place or a wild life being lived. Cheers!

PS. Photos are generally 'au naturale' -- nature in the raw -- because we don't use filters (don't know how) and hardly ever do any post-processing, except cropping (again simply because we don't know how).