Wildlife Photography Book Singapore
Kennie’s Wildlife sequential photo of a White Bellied Sea Eagle was published in NUS’s Raffles Museum of Biodiversity Research Book titled “Private Lives; An Expose of Singapore’s Mangroves”.
Kennie spent countless of hours documenting and understanding the habits of the Eagle, from the usual time the Eagle arrives to the behavioural pattern displayed by the Eagle before going in for the kill. He captured many breath taking shots of the White Bellied Sea Eagle hunting for its prey at a local reservoir. He then digitally stitched the photographs together into one image to show the sequential movements of the Eagle from spotting its prey, to diving into the water and emerging with the meal for the day.
This sequencial shot was so unique that it was published as a two page spread in NUS’s Raffles Museum of Biodiversity Research Book titled “Private Lives; An Expose of Singapore’s Mangroves”.