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The annual Christmas Bird Count is a unique event – a community science project that has been going on for 117 years.
It began in 1900 when an ornithologist named Frank Chapman proposed a “bird census” on Christmas Day, instead of the traditional “side hunt”, where hunters would compete to bring in the most quarry over the course of the day. 897 more words
I’ve been working on a series of photos that chronicle the same woodland scene throughout the four seasons of South-Western Pennsylvania. The subject is a mysterious looking tree that seems to be well on its way to becoming hollowed out at its base. 19 more words
Just as fast as the cold came in, the summer went out. That means the beautiful blooms around The Frick Museum did too. Since the leaves are changing and the snow will soon be falling, we wanted to give you a post that’s ever so pleasing to the eye. 88 more words
Here are 29 photos of early fall foliage and flowers from a recent late-afternoon hike at Frick Park, near Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. For this series I decided to edit with a softer, saturated, and almost “matte finish” look, which I think compliments the subject matter and gives the images an almost dreamlike quality. 26 more words