Photographing otters can be a time-consuming, tricky business. Their secretive nature and crepuscular lifestyle generally makes them difficult to spot, let alone capture on film. However, some people have been fortunate enough (through hours of dedication and/or a splash of luck) to photograph otters in their natural habitat. Over the course of the next few weeks, I will be posting some of these photos to showcase these charismatic mammals in both marine and freshwater habitats. If anyone would like to share their photo’s on the blog, please contact me via email, and I would be very happy to share them (all photography credited to the photographer of course). First up, is a photo from Liam Cornell who caught this curious otter on camera as it emerged from the sea at Pringle Bay. Enjoy!