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Owls are today’s primary subject. Of all of the nature subjects that I have photographed, it seems owls and foxes are the two that everyone loves. I have always analyzed and agonized over why people like this photo and not that … Continue reading
It’s been a while since I have written about my favorite places to make pictures. The article below is a bit more inclusive than previous posts on this subject. This is only about locations that I have personally visited and where … Continue reading
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A Wing and a Prayer. Flying in circles…Sandhill Cranes Community…Trees on the plateau…Colorado Favorite trees…Conifer & Lake Michigan Wild dog…Black-tailed Prairie Dog…South Dakota Staying in front of the storm…Ring-billed Gull A reason to embrace winter…Wisconsin The dark side of White … Continue reading
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There is no time of day that compares to morning. Especially sunrise. Nocturnal animals are still out and about. Diurnal creatures are starting their day. There is anticipation and wonder in what is yet to come. As a photographer you … Continue reading
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Watching and photographing birds is an enlightening and freeing experience. Of the many photographic subjects that I have captured ( I hate that term) with a camera in my lifetime, it is birds that allow my spirit to soar. Mankind … Continue reading
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Clean & simple. Less is more. I wonder how many times I’ve made those statements in my photographic life. It is one of the hardest “rules” to teach new photographers. What it really means is that your attention is not solely on … Continue reading
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It seems like for at least 20 years I have been harping about the joy of not limiting yourself on the amount of differing photographic (at least nature) subjects we cover, and the various ways in which we photograph them. There … Continue reading