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(Sunlit Atlantic Puffins on a cliff overlooking a black sand beach. The female puffin is standing at the entrance of her burrow nest.) In late May 2015, I traveled to Iceland with two friends (Caesar and Ernie), who are also … Continue reading
I returned from Iceland last week after spending ten full and long days photographing some of Iceland’s most iconic and many other spectacular locations. I have barely had time to unpack my gear and upload images from memory cards, but … Continue reading
On Wednesday morning this week, I went with my friend, Ernie Sears, to photograph trilliums at Thompson Wildlife Management Area near Front Royal, Virginia. Ernie had heard Thompson WMA was a good place to see and photograph trilliums, but we … Continue reading
Two weeks ago, I spent three days on Bulls Island. Bulls Island is an uninhabited barrier island at the southern end of Cape Romain National Wildlife Refuge, consisting of over 66,000 acres and 22 miles of the South Carolina coast. The … Continue reading
This week, Protected Places Media released its first in a series of iBooks, Protected Places: The Outer Banks. The iBook is a Nature guide to the refuges, parks and preserves of the Outer Banks (OBX) and Albemarle-Pamlico Peninsula of North Carolina. … Continue reading
Yesterday, after dropping my son-in-law off at Massanuttan Resort to go snowboarding, I spent the day in Shenandoah National Park, exploring and looking for either wildlife or an eye-catching view that I could make into a “keeper” landscape image. I only briefly saw … Continue reading