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On Sunday evening, I returned from a spectacular weekend at Bombay Hook National Wildlife Refuge (NWR) in Delaware and Blackwater NWR in Maryland, where I witnessed and photographed incredibly beautiful and memorable wildlife, sunrises and sunsets. I left my house … Continue reading
Cape May beach (above) just before sunrise this Monday. I processed a few more images this evening from Monday morning’s sunrise. I had hoped to review and process some of the images from the other days and locations at Cape … Continue reading
We returned from Cape May early this evening after spending a long weekend there. It was our first trip to Cape May, and it was a perfect in every way. After unloading the car and unpacking, I only had time to … Continue reading
Last night before going to bed, I went outside to see if there were any clouds in the night sky with the hope that if there were, then there would be a good chance for a colorful sunrise in the … Continue reading
On Friday, I went to Leesylvania State Park near our home in Virginia. I posted an article about it on Friday afternoon from my iPhone with a couple of the images taken with my iPhone. It’s amazing what one can … 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