Banner ImagePhotographed at sunrise on the Carabelle River in Florida.
Anonymous on White-tailed Squirrel mary on White-tailed Squirrel Larry on White-tailed Squirrel ELLIOT STERN on White-tailed Squirrel Kurt Hlebak on White-tailed Squirrel
Use of ImagesYou may copy and use any images on this blog for personal purposes such as on your blog, Facebook page, desktop image, etc. as long as you indicate that I am the photographer and provide a link to my website. All other uses, such as for commercial purposes, are subject to licensing arrangements made with Stephen L Tabone.
- 229,335 hits
Category Archives: Uncategorized
This past weekend, I left home at 2:30 AM to drive to Slaughter Beach in Delaware to witness and photograph the thousands of Horseshoe Crabs that come out of the Delaware Bay to spawn and lay eggs on the beach … Continue reading
Last weekend, I went to Merrimac Farm Wildlife Management Area (WMA) to photograph the Virginia Bluebells (Mertensia virginica). Virginia Bluebells are bulbous perennial plants that only grow in early spring before the canopy closes (i.e., the trees are leafed out and shade … Continue reading
It’s been awhile since I added a new post to my blog and that is primarily because I was in Florida visiting family (without my camera gear). It was a quick trip and photography was not the purpose of the … Continue reading
I returned to Gainesville this afternoon with a couple photography goals. One was to photograph the Redheaded Woodpeckers at Prairie Creek Preserve. I arrived late in the afternoon, and the sun was in a perfect position lighting up an old … Continue reading
Just before Thanksgiving, a friend and I went to Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge in Cambridge, Maryland, to photograph the sunrise and, after the sunrise, to photograph whatever wildlife we discovered. As it turned out, we saw a lot of eagles … Continue reading
Saturday morning, we (Angela, Amy, Duncan and me and my camera/Nikon D700 with a 28-300mm lens) went to De Leon Springs State Park and Blue Spring State Park, both located in Deland, Florida. After an “all you can eat” pancake … Continue reading
If you keep up with my blog, you know from recent blog articles that I photographed the waterfalls of Ricketts Glen State Park in Pennsylvania. Ricketts Glen is a large park with over 13,000 acres and is very scenic with 22 named … Continue reading