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I have photographed a lot of subjects, with nature being the center piece of my photographic life. To me, nothing compares with nature as a subject. Having said that, I am a photographer and anything that makes a good picture … Continue reading
Tagged Boerner Botanical Gardens, Door county, Door county Wisconsin, Kemper Kenosha, Lake Michigan, Mississippi River, Pecos Ruins New Mexico, Quari Runins New Mexico, San Xavier Mission Arizona, Smiths Rapids bridge Wisconsin, Tennessee, Wind Point Light, Wisconsin
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I love turtles! One of my biggest disappointments as a nature photographer is that I have only photographed six species of turtles in my life. None were soft shell and all were aquatic. Still I have had a great time with those … Continue reading
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As I contemplated making this post, I began to wonder how many pages it would take to actually show images of all of the birds species I have photographed at Horicon Marsh NWR, here in Wisconsin. Add in a nice variety … Continue reading
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When I look back over all of these varied nature images that I have created through the years, it begins to look like a tour of the natural world. There are a lot of subjects in those files and I tend … Continue reading
Tagged caterpillars, Colorado, Coyotes, Egrets, HDR, lichen, Photomatix, Red Fox, sunrise, White Egrets, Wisconsin
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Landscapes are the easiest of the three (scapes, wildlife, macro) major types of nature photography. Landscapes are the hardest of the three major types of nature photography. Both of the above statements are true. As a subject, the land can … Continue reading
Tagged Black Canyon, Colorado, leading lines, Monument Valley, Morgan Falls, nature landscapes, nature photography, photography composition, power points, rule of thirds, South Dakota, The Black Hills, Wisconsin
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In my travels around the country I am always looking for those little treasures that most nature photographers have missed. I have listed four locations below. Some are definitely more obscure than others. I should state that any article of this type … Continue reading