Tag Archives: nature photography

April Nature Desktop Calendar: Spring Comes to a Bend in the Creek

No leaves on the trees yet, but strong spring sun fills the misty air as the creek rushes by with its spring volume. Rain and snowmelt rush over rocks and gravel and hurry around the bend, the sycamores reflecting white in the stark early morning sunlight, a little bit of mist wafting among the trees. […]

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March Nature Desktop Calendar: Is It Spring Yet?

I’ve always loved watching the mourning doves in the trees around my house. These two sat on an old rugged branch in my wild black cherry tree for as long as the sun shone, like a couple of old men I always saw on one of the benches on Main Street, just enjoying the day. […]

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A Walk in Black and White Film

I loaded a roll of black and white film into my old Pentax K1000 and headed out to walk to the grocery store, bringing back images from around my neighborhood along with my groceries. Another in the occasional issue of photographing while walking an unextraordinary path and finding extraordinary things, on a path I’ve walked […]

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A Very Happy Rain

One observation I still hold from watching summer storms in my childhood…the longer it’s been hot, and the hotter it’s been, the stronger the storm that’s needed to break the heat. That was a long time ago but it still holds true, and not just for heat waves and summer storms. This rain is truly […]

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The Thunder Moon, Misty and Mystical

I hadn’t wanted a misty moonrise, but I am oh so glad nature changed my mind. Nothing can capture a black and white image like film in a camera. In 2006 I was still using a few film cameras, and loved shooting black and white with my old friend, my Pentax K-1000. For this idea, […]

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November Nature Desktop Calendar: The Light in the Darkness

There is always something new to learn about the things we think we know well. Never forget that when the light seems dim there is much to be seen with the heart, and when adversity has taken away the quick and obvious beauty, the strongest parts remain, dignified in their naked and twisted strength. This […]

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September Nature Desktop Calendar: Woodland Sunflowers

I love woodland sunflowers. No matter how many I see, or how many photos I have, I can always find another interpretation of their exuberant yellow expansiveness. The day in 2009 I photographed these woodland sunflowers along the Panhandle Trail I was captivated by fields of them leading off into the woods among the trees. […]

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The Thunder Moon, Misty and Mystical

I hadn’t wanted a misty moonrise, but I am oh so glad nature changed my mind. In 2006 I was still lugging around a few film cameras that could capture what my first little 2MP point-and-shoot digital could not. I’d been working with a number of local and larger land conservation groups for years and […]

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At Least Someone is Happy About the Rain

In the middle of a heat wave, a downpour can actually be quite welcome. Huge raindrops began smacking into everything, just a few, then more, and within minutes the din was deafening and I could barely see across the street with lots of thunder rolling through the valley. Pretty scary for a while, but then […]

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Autumn 2017 Nature and Wildlife Sampler Box

I’ve been waiting for autumn to come around so I could offer this selection of autumn images. Above is the selection of items for the Autumn 2017 Sampler Box: a matted print of Deserted Cottages a photo print of Red Have an Absolutely Beautiful Day All-purpose Greeting Card Small Roses Fine Art Card Birches 2: […]

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