[font color=\'#000000\']I am going to have a set of photos published in a couple Zoological Journals and Periodicals. I have been following the progress of a Tree Kangaroo Joey that was born in September at my local zoo and was approached by the zoo about use of my images. There are only a handfull of these animals in captivity and they only exist in a small section of New Guinea and nobody has ever photographed the Joey at this young a stage. Their photographers have been trying but with no luck to get some images of the young one. The Joey only shows itself for a few seconds and you have to do a lot of waiting. As the old saying goes I would rather be lucky than good. I am surprised by the reaction as the zoo staff are all fired up about my images. I am not a professional so this is a real thrill for me to be published somewhere.
Here are some new samples if you want to see what a Tree Kangaroo Joey looks like.http://www.phototracks.net/main/Joey_Update.html