Monday, September 7, 2009

2010 ICF Pro Tour

"the world's richest nature photography tournament, featuring international nature photographers randomly teamed with regional landowners"
Barn Owl "rejecting" owl pellet (ewwww...)

Yup, I will be competing in the ICF Pro Tour again in 2010. Back in 2008, I came in 9th place with a portfolio that featured strong bird coverage, but I displayed a rather ho-hum performance in the four other categories. Still, above and beyond the prize money for 9th place, I also placed 7 of my images in the top 100 of contest, bringing my total winnings above that of the 8th place photographer. This is consistent with what has always been my photographic work ethic: low quantity, high quality.

A link to my profile at the ICF site.

With way more tools in my photographic toolbox and perhaps a better work ethic (slightly), I hope to place higher in 2010. We'll see...

One of the "Top 100 in Contest" 2008 ICF Pro Tour, Western Diamondback Rattlesnake (wild), South Texas


  1. Hi Scott! Nice to see you in the "blogosphere" and good luck on the 2010 ICF! I'll be a regular reader of your page ;)

    The Barn Owl image is unique and spectacular!

  2. Good luck for 2010 ICF!
    Get 'em!!!

    Wasn't the snake dangerous ?