Monthly Archives: June 2021

The Dance

There are only so many chances at anything in life, while we are here on this earth.  Make sure you at least sample as many as is appropriate. The Garth Brooks hit song The Dance, puts into words better than … Continue reading

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Bird of a Feather

My first suggestion when it comes to photographing birds, is to never forget “the commoners”. Birds we see all of the time. Not only are they as interesting as more sought after subjects, but they have stories to tell as … Continue reading

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The Best of Wildlife Photography

I will start today with three superb photographers, and share with you three inspiring wildlife images. If a an incredibly sharp image of a gorgeous Common (hardly common) Loon was not enough, some warm and inviting reflections in the water … Continue reading

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Purebred or Mongrel?

A  little bit of everything photographic is on today’s menu. Sort of like the bloodline of a mongrel dog.  Contrast is one of photography’s greatest issues. Contrast being when light and dark, or opposite colors lay side by side. Many … Continue reading

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Is It Real, Or Is It Memorex

I should explain, is it real or is it Memorex, was an old TV commercial for recording tape. I can assure you that my photos below of nature, are real images of real subjects.  There’s nothing more enjoyable than observing … Continue reading

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Moving Past The Obvious

Certainly landscape photography is one of the two most popular forms of nature photography, with  the other being wildlife photography. Wildlife photography requires expensive lenses as in large one, but a nice all purpose zoom will handle most landscape photos. … Continue reading

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Spring Forward

As spring runs its course and summer grows nearer, nature photography, especially bird photography, can become a dawn to dusk exercise if you let it. Tate note that first image below, that of what is described as a Red-headed Robin … Continue reading

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