I saw the entire series and perhaps I know why you decided to post this one here
, remember Ganshi I keep on telling you that creative approach is more closer to Natural History than Photo documentation. There is a difference between showing how a Draco looks or it's habitat and THE DRACO's WORLD. Outstanding series would be an understatement. Life time work man...Proud of you, even like you am 100% certain that either intentionally or due to lack of maturity some of the images in the series will remain unappreciated. There are some 4-5 images which I think are just unique. The same reason why I used my 800 mm to make some perspectives of the elephant in the grassland. I was never interested to show even how an elephant looks, just trampled grass, chaos, element of fear and well not many did connect to it
, not that it made me unhappy, it assured me that I was on the right track, I felt like seeing those elephants as a small being who belongs to the grassland and then what would be the visuals as well as the emotions for me. Many spoke of lack of sharp eyes, not well defined trunks or tusks etc. I think the future of nature photography lies in these kind of creations, to hell with which magazine publishes what or awards what kind of images. Most of it is done from a business point of view, nothing to do with creativity.