If you’ve spent much time hiking around outdoors then you’ve probably seen one or two sets of remains laying around. It’s pretty common and yet every time I see them I think about what was once there and no longer is. But here’s the thing, I never photograph them. If you think about Wildlife photography, in general we tend to skip over those scenes that would seem gruesome, gross or sad. It’s not how we like to picture critters and it’s not how we like to think about our own mortality in the animal kingdom. But it is important to document this stage in a tasteful way because it is part of the life cycle and that’s really what wildlife photographers do. We document the life cycle.