Banner ImageTaken in Paynes Prairie Preserve State Park, Florida, is of Sandhill Cranes flying onto the Prairie at sunset.
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Most people, and probably many of you who read my blog, do not like snakes. However, I do not feel the same way and, therefore, was excited when my wife, Angela, found an Eastern Ribbon Snake and called it to … Continue reading
After shooting the sunrise on Sunday at Chincoteague National Wildlife Refuge, I drove to Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge (NWR) in Cambridge, Maryland. It is known for its large (27,000 acres) open wetlands, marshes, canals and ponds, and of migratory birds, and … Continue reading
This morning, I got up at 0500, loaded the car and went to Leesylvania State Park just a few miles from bed. I was hoping to photograph the sunrise across the Potomac River. As I was getting closer to the … Continue reading
Yesterday, I got up at 2:30 to load the car and get ready to leave for a morning of photographing sunflowers in Maryland. Loading the car included very specific camera gear for the occasion, boots for the mud (rained last … Continue reading
Yesterday, I posted an article with some of the images from this weekend, when I concentrated on bird photography. In that article, I mentioned seeing several fledglings begging to be fed while following their parents around through the trees. One … Continue reading
I processed and uploaded several more images to my Website today from Venice and Cortona. It’s been difficult to get beyond those two cities, because they were so beautiful, very different from each other in many appealing ways, and because … Continue reading