Monthly Archives: April 2015

Living at The Edge………Where Darkness Meets Light

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Photography is about the capture of light, and light is at it’s most evocative, at the edge. Where light meets dark…or dark meets light. From the subtle differences in tone that we see as light and darkness slowly drift together, … Continue reading

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Themes

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Our images today represent a variety of themes, and an equally varied number of treatments for those themes.  Every picture is different, and that’s what makes photography interesting. Let’s begin today with macro star Mike Moats, and two beautiful renditions of … Continue reading

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Questions Without Answers

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How much detail is necessary in a photo for it to have value? Does everything have to be bright and obvious, or is there room for mystery? For imagination? If you get a rare image of a wild Snow Leopard … Continue reading

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Small World

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I have six great images by six superb photographers today. I hope you enjoy viewing this inspiring imagery as much as I enjoy sharing it. When I selected these images, I did not even realize that they were made in … Continue reading

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BoP

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Birds of Prey I thought I would use today’s post to celebrate our birds of prey. Like most of you, I have more species and individual images of BoP than I can count. These were chosen because I found them … Continue reading

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Tools

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When I look at the landscape photos that I see on the internet and in magazines today, I see compositions that often employ those compositional tools that I write about in this blog. They are excellent tools, but I am seeing those … Continue reading

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Above The Crowd

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As a photographer, I rarely went out after pictures, and came home empty-handed. If I was after birds, and those rare or spectacular birds I had hoped for didn’t show up, I photographed the most common and the least spectacular. … Continue reading

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