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The Rapids

After several years of recreational wildlife photography, I’ve found that I’ve run out of new places to search for photo prey. I’m only willing or able to travel up to about 90 minutes because I work full time and I’d rather spend time shooting than driving, so I’m usually skulking around six or eight favorite places mostly either in the woods or near the water. 174 more words


Nice to meet you

If you had the opportunity to meet someone meaningful to you, who would it be? Let’s say you get the one in a life time chance of meeting your idol, your guide, your inspiration, could you name this person? 1,088 more words


Avian Pinnacles

The avian pinnacles
stand tall and watch.

church spires and roof peaks,

gargoyles and chimney pots,

antennae and hunkypunks,

reaching beaks upwards
calling and scrawking, 67 more words


I love...

SWEDEN! Yes, I do. I spent two weeks of the last month in sweden and it was relaxing and as always good for my soul. So now I would like to show you what I saw and what I did. 228 more words


The sea gull

The bath house and a sea gull in the same long exposure

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Best on a black frame


“When one door of happiness closes, another opens;

but often we look so long at the closed door

that we do not see the one which has been opened for us.”

―Helen Keller


My Mother Always liked Sea Gulls

Certainly they reminded her of the vacations she took with my Dad in Cape Cod on the Atlantic coast in the 70’s and 80’s.

I know they’re just dirty, noisy scavengers and mostly useless; however, from a photography standpoint, they are one of my top favorites because they’re big enough to photograph, not too timid, slow moving, and really quite graceful.