Photography of Exotic Animals Living Near You
Take the most pesky, fun and cute exotic animal, the squirrel. Excuse me? What! A squirrel! Hey, a squirrel isn’t an “exotic" animal! Yeah, I can just about hear you shrieking now. But hold on there Hoss. Maybe a common gray squirrel isn’t hot stuff where YOU live, but it’s cash-in-your-pocket-all-the-way-to-the-bank where I live now.
Just take a wild guess.
Aw, you guessed it – it’s because we don’t have any squirrels here, that’s why.
From here I could profitably flood the local digital photography market with cute, funny, eye-riveting images of squirrels, Cocker Spaniels or raccoons and opossums for the very same reason. I sure wouldn’t hold my breath though, trying to locally market digital images of iguanas, Three-toed sloths, piranhas, pythons or anacondas. There’re just much too “common".
Case in point: Could you run out and take a good close-up view of a Three-toed sloth right now (a sloth is pictured holding onto Jenny)? Okay, how about some good iguana pictures? No? Well certainly then you can quickly snap a few close-ups of flesh-stripping piranha or its water-boiling cousin, the cachama, right? So now I think you see what I mean. I could get these digital images quite easily where I live, but for some good gray squirrel photos, man, I’d need to do a really extensive search on the internet. Do you have any good squirrel photos you could send me? Videos would be great too. Get my point?