Danger you have been or injury have received while taking Photos. For me I was out shooting shots of Gators and this one Gator was out of water getting some sun. So I decided to take advantage of the moment. Now the Gators I shoot are in a state park but there are no fences and they are free to roam as they please. So you can if you wish get up close and personal with them. They are not tame nor is it recommended to do it. In fact the game wardens get really upset if ya do. Anyway back to the story. After taking several shots of this gator he/she decided to cross the road and head back to the lake. So I followed I was staying about 4ft away as we headed back toward the lake. The gator had decided he/she had enough of me tagging along and just before we got to the water the gator raised up and turned straight toward me and charged. Not as fast as it good have but enough to make me know I was no longer a welcomed guest. The gator then quietly headed toward the lake and I decided to move on in search of heron and egrets. Something a little more non aggressive. The worst injury I ever got was trying to take a macro shot of a mushroom. Laying on the ground in a bed of mulch to get the shot and having no idea that under the bed of mulch was some insect that have a real bad dislike and hunger for things had a home. Only laying there for few minutes I began to feel something crawling on me and then a whole lot of pain. These demons tore into me like crazy. My left arm felt like someone stuck a whole bunch of needles in it. These little buggers called Fire Ants now have me checking every spot a ground near me before ever sitting of laying on it. Took a few weeks before all the little blisters and pain to go away. Did learn a healthy respect for them little guys though.