13 Months, 3 Ways. My new calendars are ready for purchase, and this year you have three options. Best of all, the prices are lower than last year! Your 3 options are: Premium. Premium calendars are 13.5″ wide x 19″ tall, and are printed on 100# white gloss cover stock. Price – $22 Standard Standard… Read More
A Quick Apology Last night we lost power, and while logged in to WordPress on my iPhone somehow an old weekly photo challenge post, from more than a year ago, ended up on the top of the list of posts in the WP app and I inadvertently republished it. The original post was from back… Read More
As Told By A Couple Of Beaver.
Getting up close and personal with one of my favorite summer visitors to the lake. And there’s a snake in the picture too! Canon EOS 40D Canon EF 300 f4L IS Exposure info: ISO 400, f7.1 @ 1/250 Original Capture Date: 5/30/2009
Welcome to my home. This curious little guy (gal?) was very welcoming to his two-legged guests. As long as we didn’t get too close that is.
A Black Among The Green. Being “Unique” makes this American black duck drake stand out among a crowd of mallards. Who doesn’t like the mallard duck? With its beautiful iridescent green head and mahogany breast feathers, a beautiful bird my anyone’s standard. For me though, the American Black Duck, a drake seen above bowing to the camera,… Read More
What a year! 2012 has been an unbelievable year. I’ve created more commissioned work for others, and more of my work is finding its way onto people’s walls. I also feel I’m continuing to learn and grow as a photographer. I’d like to share with you my favorite 12 images from the past year. (For… Read More
Fauna. You won’t find a much more delicate creature roaming the forest floor than the juvenile Eastern Newt, commonly known as the red eft. This little guy (gal?) was only about 2 in. (5cm) and very hard to miss, with such bright orange skin, as I was strolling along the trail. The adults are much… Read More
Reflections, times three. North American Beaver cautiously checking out the guy with the long glass eye. Louvers and flames meticulously painted on the hood of a hot rod. Fly fisherman patiently waiting for a trout to rise and take his fly.
Green, My first thoughts are of Spring, and new growth. But with Winter rapidly approaching, and the snow that will hopefully come with it, the vibrancy of Spring green is a long way off. However, several of the images below were captured in the dead of winter. For those of you thinking “I’d like to… Read More