I’m not sure there are many things cuter than a baby black bear…except maybe three baby black bears. Yellowstone National Park.
My trip to Colorado, Montana and Wyoming was a whirlwind of travel, photography and amazing animal encounters. I didn’t manage to photograph every encounter, like the wolf the we followed as it trotted down the road in the light of our headlights, then turned around to stand 10 feet from the vehicle window before melting … More Fearless Red Dogs
I ran out last minute this evening to photograph the sunset. The spot I was heading towards was inaccessible, so even more last minute, I headed in another direction. The sky was brilliant, with light reflecting off the impressive storm clouds that were rolling in. It was perfect for a panoramic of the Kent Narrows…but … More Rules, Shmules.
Good morning and a happy Tuesday to you! I was up bright and early, listening to the birds sing, and lamenting the fact that its completely overcast— no sunrise for me! But, here…a sunset is nearly as good as a sunrise in such a situation, yes? Also, this just happens to be today’s Deal of … More Good Morning!
Several times when making plans with friends or fellow photographers, I’ve had people dismiss a location or plan because the main attraction was birding and “birding/photographing birds was boring”. I guess I can understand from a certain….well, no…not really. Fact is, I find birds endlessly fascinating. Photographing birds, I get a sense of the ‘character’ … More For The Birds
I’ve been combining my love of photography, travel and quotes into photo art. Said art is available over in my Etsy shop if you’re interested.
Spring weather means I’m out and about, making up for winter months spent indoors. A few days ago I spent the day in Delaware: The Grackles are my favorite. The photos online don’t really do them justice, so I’m excited to order some larger prints. It took me a while … More Spring Day in Delaware
Days with temps above freezing, even above 50, are finally becoming a bit of a pattern rather than an anomaly. Saturday was such a day and I took advantage by going to Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge. There’s still little green, but the sounds of spring have joined the promises of better weather. Its enough to … More Spring is around the corner…
Often considered the heart of the park, Many Glaciers, in the north east quadrant of Glacier National Park, feels like stepping back in time. With towering mountains, active glaciers, wildlife and beautiful waters, the area is stunning and populated with deer, bighorn sheep, black bears, grizzly bears and smaller mammals and birds. Hiking trails, wooded … More Many Glaciers
The J. P. Cunningham Cabin in Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming was built in 1888 by John and Margaret Cunningham. Fun Fact: Two Montana wranglers approached Cunningham in the fall of 1892 to purchase hay. Cunningham allowed the strangers to winter on his ranch. Rumors spread that the men were horse thieves. Next spring, … More J. P. Cunningham Cabin