My post Reflections on 5/16/2016 talked about reflections of big and grand subjects. This image of an Eastern Amberwing (Perithemis tenera) reminds me that reflections don’t need to be big to be grand!
Category Archives: Nature Photography
“Everything the light touches is our kingdom.” From The Lion King This quote somehow seems appropriate to this Green Anole (Anoles carolinensis). The kingdom was a small, but the anole seemed proud!
I recently spent a week in Scotland, photographing in Glen Coe and the Isle of Skye. The weather was photographically challenging – overcast and rain interspersed with short periods of sun – good Scottish weather. […]
I’ve been doing some long lens photography recently – primarily focused on local birds. I’ve become fascinated by the Prothonotary Warbler (Protonotaria citrea) which consistently can be found at Lettuce Lake Park in Tampa. This […]
My first national park visit was to Acadia in 1980. I’ve since visited and photographed 35 with a goal of photographing them all. To celebrate, I intend to post on INSTAGRAM a favorite image during […]
I love outdoor photography! You step outside with a camera, and you never know what nature will provide. Your only certainty is the uncertainty. In this case, I took a short late afternoon trip to […]
My wife and I took an out of town guest to Brooker Creek Preserve in Pinellas County FL for a late afternoon walk several weekends ago. Our guest wanted a sense of natural Florida and […]
I don’t consider myself to be a wildlife photographer. My approach to wildlife is primarily as an aspect of the landscape I photograph; a compositional element to be considered holistically in the environment and image I’m shooting. […]
I’m currently planning for a photography trip to Acadia National Park – a location I seem to visit about every five years. Part of my photo trip planning consists of reviewing photographs from previous visits, […]
During a recent visit to photograph redwoods in northern California, I hoped for the right light conditions to photograph sunsets along the coast. Unfortunately, the marine layer with heavy cloud cover dominated the weather and […]