Humboldt Life

Mostly landscapes and nature, from around Humboldt County

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Humboldt Events

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American Wildflowers & Other Plants

Updated: Oct 09, 2014 8:27pm PST

American Wildlife

Updated: Oct 22, 2014 7:59pm PST

Asian Fauna

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Tropical Offerings

Mostly flora from South-East Asia

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New Zealand

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Fauna - ID

Updated: Aug 25, 2013 4:59pm PST

Flora - ID

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AFBC Events

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Through the Seasons

Updated: Sep 17, 2012 9:57am PST

Your Bio

My name is David Price and I'm a Kiwi by birth. I've spent most of my career in Southeast Asia. I worked for 25 years for a development NGO doing language development, literacy and sustainable development in remote villages. I am currently living in Humboldt County, Northern California.

My academic background is in zoology, ecology and Conservation Biology. My interests pretty much all revolve around the natural sciences and include environmentally sustainable development, Conservation Biology, Ecological Restoration, Ecology, native floras, and amphibian systematics, ecology and bioacoustics. My hobbies, other than photography, include scuba diving, traveling, natural history, birdwatching, and reading natural sciences.

Why the name "Laughing Frog?" Frogs are an incredibly diverse group of animals and yet are perhaps more threatened with environmental degradation and other human-related pressures than most other animals. When their environment is healthy, we could say the frogs are happy. And that's the level of health I strive for in my work with sustainability and development. (Frogs are also my favorite creatures!)

I like to create images with original perspectives, and images which I hope will evoke the same emotional and spiritual response that I have when seeing it in real life. Look and see if I've been in any way successful or not.

I make my images available free to some non-profit NGOs (I have my own list), when they are to be used for not-for-profit purposes, and when photographer credit is given. Unless otherwise stated in writing, I retain all copyright privileges associated with the images posted on this site.

You can reach me at