Tiger Photo Gallery -
select photographer in right column
JV urges all photographers,
professional or amateur, to make their tiger pictures
speak, to share their tiger experiences through pictures! A majestic species is slipping to extinction. He
has formed Tiger Photo Gallery and he is
inviting all photographers who have visited Tiger Canyons or any
Tiger Sanctuary, for that matter, to submit 6 of your most interesting pictures to
Tiger Photo Gallery. Tell us what
effect the tiger had on you, the influence, the inspiration. Give us
ideas on how, together, we can use our pictures to create pressure.
We have the ability to communicate globally. We have websites, Facebook, YouTube,
Twitter, cell phones and email at our disposal, let's
use them! Remember to caption your pictures and send
them to email@example.com
Sunette Fourie - select photographer in right column
I've always wanted to save animals
and I've always wanted to take pictures... 4 Years ago, I decided to take a
chance. I moved from Cape Town to Philippolis with high hopes of getting
involved in the Tiger Project. It took another 16 months to meet JV. I
convinced him it was time for a website and I was the one to do it. Since then, I eat, sleep and dream
I knew Seatao was going to jump and I waited for him. I took only one shot...
Seatao drinking water - a golden tiger!!
Sunda and Zaria play fighting
Tiger Boy and Shy Boy, minutes before they made their first kill, a mountain
Shadow, the most beautiful tiger at Tiger Canyons. Her golden coat looked
stunning against the blue water.
Shine (5 months) in the late afternoon. She gave me one last look and then
she fell asleep.
Another white cub
Julie's abandoned cubs (Zaria, Shunda, Shine) at 4 weeks.
3 Tiger cubs
sitting in a row - I had about a second to take this picture!!
Julie is a film star (Living with Tigers). She knows how to pose...
Shadow's cub (2 weeks), born in the wild and raised by her. Shadow was not
in the boma on this day and I had to search for the cubs. This was special,
I have not seen them since.
Much later - they've grown up...