Oh, The Owls…

In 2008 a friend and I were camping at Tuckahoe State Park here on the eastern shore of Maryland.  By a stroke of good luck, we happened to be there on a day when “Scales & Tales” was being offered.  Scales and Tales is an environmental education program provided by the Maryland Department of Natural … More Oh, The Owls…

Tybee Island near Savannah, Georgia. Just a bit of beach zen to tide you over…

Days 22, 23, 24, 25: Altitude, Longetitude, Attitude, Gratitude

THURSDAY I found my way over to Rocky Mountain National Park for the day.  I wandered around and spent some time watching and photographing the elk.  About a half hour before I was set to depart for Boulder, I ran into my pal, Johnny, who has been organizing the photo meet-up for the two weekends … More Days 22, 23, 24, 25: Altitude, Longetitude, Attitude, Gratitude

Day 15: Wildlife and On To The Tetons

The contrast between Yellowstone in spring and Yellowstone in fall is vast.  In spring, the wildlife are everywhere- Grizzly, Black Bear, Wolves, Coyote, Fox, Bison, Elk, Mule Deer, Bighorn Sheep, Mountain Goats, Pronghorn and all their young. In the fall my photography has to focus on the landscapes.  The wildlife are still here, but they arent … More Day 15: Wildlife and On To The Tetons

Day 14, Part 2

AFTER finishing up my blog updates and answering emails at Tumbleweed, I went in search of wildlife and a campsite.  A group of Pronghorn cooperated for a time, as did a herd of bison.  The sky provided and more interesting scape than it had last week, so I stopped to take some panoramic photographs as … More Day 14, Part 2

Day 12: Many Glaciers

In the morning we photographed Saint Mary Lake near our campsite. We finally had some nice clouds to work with rather than the haze of the previous days, and a bit more morning color.  Standing there, I could turn in any direction and meet another beautiful scape.  I did take a very short video with my phone … More Day 12: Many Glaciers