Monthly Archives: February 2013

The Whole Story

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There are a lot of different ways to capture wildlife subjects with your camera. There are artsy shots and beauty shots.  There are journalistic images and even photos of horror.  There is a wide variety of lighting conditions in which … Continue reading

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Close-up

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There is no form of nature photography that carries you and those who view your images, “into” the subject, like close-up photography.  No matter what kind of photography is your specialty, if you have never done some type of close-up … Continue reading

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Assorted Visions

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One Plus One Sand #1 Sand #2 Sand #3 Without Sand It Ain’t All Art…Sushi Breakfast #1 Sushi Breakfast #2 Vertical  Stack Snow Dance Alone Old Friend I can’t think of anything more important for a photographer than vision, and … Continue reading

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Short Stories & More

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I’ve created and shown my share of photos that were made as I hung over the cliff at Colorado’s Black Canyon of The Gunnison.  That river is a long ways down and in fact, in some locations it is a … Continue reading

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Wildly Abstract

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I make my share of nature abstracts using the colors of sunrise or sunset.  Macros in general, and moving water specifically are also favorite abstract subjects of mine. Those nature subjects are all easy to reduce to colors, tones and patterns.  I have written on … Continue reading

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Visual Poetry

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“Visual poetry is a truth without a definition”  I do not know how it can be put into words.  At least I am without the skills to do so.  I know it is true because it speaks to me when … Continue reading

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Here We Are Again

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Funny thing about photography.  No matter where we have been or what we have photographed, it is usually the last pictures we make that are our favorites. From Gambel’s Quail to Roadrunners, and from Short-eared Owls to Crested Caracaras, I … Continue reading

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