Monthly Archives: October 2012

Instant Replay

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I apologize for the quick replay of the first three road pictures below.  The fourth road picture and the leaf close-up have never been shown anywhere before. After showing three autumn roads in recent weeks, I toyed with the idea of … Continue reading

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Conspiracy To Inspire

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If I could change anything in my life to this point, it would to have been a more inspiring figure. Photography, adventure, spirituality, charity, any of a good number of things. We all need a dose of inspiration from time … Continue reading

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Themes…….

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Many of my recent posts have a common theme. The commonality between those posts is not actuallythe theme….but the lack of a theme. There is nothing I would rather do than travel through my digital folders, and throw darts against … Continue reading

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Fall Back

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I have decided to feature autumn images in today’s post.  I apologize that the majority of the pictures that I am showing, are once again, images that I have shared before, either on this blog or elsewhere. There’s nothing sweeter than some soft, low … Continue reading

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The Beat Goes On

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Wildlife Composition.  At times I enjoy talking about wildlife composition even more than I do landscape or macro comp.  It is too easy to take what we get, and accept the composition that our subject presents us with.  Today many of our wildlife images … Continue reading

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Patiently Persistent

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Nature photography (and life) requires a lot of attributes if you are to do it well.  Two of the more important qualities are patience and persistence.  When I made nature my primary photo subject in the 1980s, I came to … Continue reading

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