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Updated: 10/27/2013 08:00:01AM

Amateur photographer circles globe to capture wildlife

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PHOTO PROVIDED BY ERIK HOFFER

Punta Gorda photographer Erik Hoffer has traveled the world taking pictures of wildlife from one pole to the other including polar bears on Canada's Hudson Bay

PHOTO PROVIDED BY ERIK HOFFER

Diane Hoffer bargains with native tribes in the Peruvian jungles of the Amazon.

PHOTO PROVIDED BY ERIK HOFFER

Punta Gorda photographer Erik Hoffer often takes risks to get up close and personal with his subjects including whales off the cost of Antarctica.

PHOTOS PROVIDED BY ERIK HOFFER

Various wildlife shots include polar bears, penguin, whale and seal from Antarctica.

PHOTOS PROVIDED BY ERIK HOFFER

Erik Hoffer of Punta Gorda floats atop the frigid Antarctic seas in his kayak.

PHOTOS PROVIDED BY ERIK HOFFER

Various wildlife shots include polar bears, penguins, whales and seals from Antarctica.

PHOTO PROVIDED BY ERIK HOFFER

Erik Hoffer stands before Machu Picchu during a trip to Peru.

PHOTOS PROVIDED BY ERIK HOFFER

Various wildlife shots include polar bears, penguin, whale and seal from Antarctica.

By GARY ROBERTS

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PUNTA GORDA — Erik Hoffer has walked with polar bears in Canada, kayaked with leopard seals at the North Pole and cruised the Amazon — all this year.

But that’s nothing new.

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