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It has been a great couple of weeks and weekend. I have been doing a lot of photography some of which I will share in this article to include the images that I have taken recently. Because of all of … Continue reading
I am way behind in processing images made over the last several months, which includes images from a trip in November to Bombay Hook National Wildlife Refuge in Delaware and Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge in Maryland. To make matters worse, depending on how I … Continue reading
I spent last weekend in Carrabelle, Florida, with a friend (Jim). Carrabelle is a small town in the Panhandle of Florida on the Gulf of Mexico that is surrounded by State and National forests, parks and preserves. Carrabelle is in … 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
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