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Yesterday, I had another opportunity to check on the status of an active eagles nest on the Potomac River. As you can see from the images in this blog article, the two eaglets are well and growing rapidly. If you check my … Continue reading
Early Saturday morning, March 26, 2016, my friend, Ernie Sears, and I went to a location along the Potomac River to photograph and video an active American Bald Eagles’ nest. The location of the nest is fortunately not well known, and … Continue reading
In early January, I spent a week in Gainesville, Florida, and while there visiting my daughter, I was able to squeeze in some photography. One afternoon, we joined my daughter with some of her friends at Mill Dam Lake in the Ocala … Continue reading
On November 29 and December 4, I went to the Conowingo Dam on the Susquehanna River in northern Maryland with a friend and fellow photographer to photograph the American Bald Eagles that spend the winter on the downside of the dam. … Continue reading
I have been slacking on my blogging! It has been nearly three weeks since I posted a new article to my blog. That is not because I have not been out enjoying nature and photographing what I experienced. Rather, it … Continue reading
Saturday morning, I left the house at 5:30 AM to go to Leesylvania State Park to photograph the sunrise on the Potomac River. As I approached the park, I was disappointed because there were no clouds in the sky. Clouds often … Continue reading
Last year, I met a talented wildlife and nature photographer, Ernie Sears, while touring and photographing Featherstone Wildlife Management Area. and, since then, we have had other opportunities to shoot together. On Friday, Ernie stood up a new Website dedicated … Continue reading