Gallery Spotlight: Masters of the Land

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Two Cheetahs: These two cheetahs were basking in the afternoon sun in Tanzania

Baby Cheetah: A stroke of luck lead us to discover this very young baby cheetah next to her mother.


Tiger Close Up: Love those eyes!


Two Majestic Tigers: This is one of my favorite images. The opposing postures , with one tiger alert while the other is resting create a dynamic tension. And the background looks straight out of the Jungle Book!


Tiger in Water: I couldn’t get enough watching tigers. Whether on the prowl or , like here ,cooling off from the 110 degrees Indian heat, the sight of the tigers is magical.


Elephant Eye: This elephant looks like he is crying. While we know that elephant produce tears we don’t know if they are linked to emotions. I like this pensive look.


Orangutan with Baby: Looking for Orangutans in Kalimantan (the Indonesian part of the island of Borneo) I realized that the idea of these as slow movers was completely false. In the local language Orangutan means “man of the forest” and even with a baby this orangutan moved very fast in the canopy.


Baby blue: An adorable and very young baby cheetah in Tanzania


Mountain Gorilla: Nothing compares to the stare of the gorilla. Looking at their eyes we see another part of ourselves.


Tiger Cubs in the Water: I had followed these tiger cubs for over an hour when I was finally able to take the picture I was looking for when they both looked at me at the same time

“Be amazed every day by the beautiful planet we live in!”

Marko Dimitrijevic is an accomplished photographer whose work has been published in numerous magazines including Alert Diver, American Photo, and Photopro, among others. In addition to his creative pursuits, Marko is also a leading expert on emerging markets. An entrepreneur, investor, photographer, and public speaker, Marko is the author of Frontier Investor: How to Prosper in the Next Emerging Markets, which is available on Amazon. He resides with his family in Miami, Florida.