How to Photograph the Great Lakes from Above
By Steve WaddingtonPublished Nov. 27, 2018 9:06:50Lion and tiger cubs in a field in eastern North America’s Great Lakes.
The Great Lakes, which form the southernmost boundary between North America and Asia, are home to more than 200 species of fish and other animals.
A rare, endangered species of freshwater fish, the northernmost of the Great American Lakes, has been photographed in its northern waters by photographer Steve Wadsington.
Wadsington was first introduced to the lakes in the late 1960s and soon became a popular photographer in the region, where his work has been featured in National Geographic magazines and national and international publications.
He has captured hundreds of stunning images of the lake’s wilder parts, including the massive lake lion, the largest animal on Earth.
The Great lakes are home of more than 250 species of animals including the lion, white-tailed deer, striped bass, wading boobies, whitefish, and more.