Welcome to my Blog featuring pictures of wildlife and landscapes that I’ve captured and the stories about the photo or of the processing of the pictures.
Fresh Produce in Tennessee
It’s time to join the Tic TOC generation so I’m going to begin posting in vertical format for those of you who only read posts on your phone. I happen to have an entire library of horizontal media so I’ll move between them often. I’ll keep the first few simple since I’m also producing and…
It’s always peaceful when you see a rainbow in the sky, especially after a very hard rain. I captured this image as Jo and I were close to the end of a dirt road on the north end of Everglades WMA in Palm Beach County on Saturday July 4th.
Be Creative while being shut-in at home
To help combat the mental fatigue of being locked in the house for 11 full weeks Jo and I have been working on creating new things or creating old things new ways.
Creating a Scene
Creating a Scene – We were bored, this is week #7 for us not being able to get outside and enjoy life.
Picking up Groceries
The next time you go to the grocery store be sure to take a great camera with a really big lens.
Florida Wildlife Joke
One afternoon an Eagle, a Caracara, and a Vulture walked into a bar in Kenansville looking for cocktails, all 3 are after all male.
My wife and I have been exploring Florida for over 4 decades together. We have some very secluded and very special places we visit in the everglades region of South Florida so when personal isolation became the mandate it was very easy for us to accomplish that goal because we practice it regularly. Yesterday, Saturday,…
Roseatte Spoonbill – Ding Darling
Watch a short 4k UHD video of the Roseate Spoonbill in Florida
Rumble in the Wetland
I haven’t photographed and produced a sequence video in a while. So, This is a series of action images of a couple of black bellied whistling guy ducks showing off for the ladies. Photographed in Wakodahatchee Jan 18. Images were captured on Canon 5d IV, developed and encoded to jpg with ACDSee, sequenced and pre-edited…
A Day in the Backyard
It’s been a while since I visited my backyard at lunch, on a work day, just to take some pictures.
The Old Mill
The Old Mill This mill is one of my favorite all-time places to photograph. It’s the mill, along the river where mills belong, in Pigeon Forge TN. My first images were captured in the 1970’s when I was carting around a very large box camera exposing 4×5 sheets of film at about $1.50 per shot….
You Are Getting Sleepy
Yawning encourages drowsiness, and drowsiness encourages sleep. Here is a little yawning yoga practice for those times you need to be encouraged to yawn.
Wild Quakers of South Florida
Every once in a while I’m in the right place at the right time with the right camera and lens configuration to capture some wonderful wildlife photos. Such was the case on a Sunday afternoon in May, 2019 in Stuart Florida near a friend’s home. Along with being the “sailfish” capitol of the world, and…
Kermit at Channel 9
Kermit the Frog, Jim Hansen of Muppet fame, was a guest on Bozo’s Bigtop show circa 1973. I was able to capture a couple songs he sang during the program. See if you can remember these: It’s not easy being green Sing A Song The photo is a shot of me, circa 1973, dressed as…
Flight of the Great Blue Heron
Click… Click… Click… Click…
That’s what you usually hear while standing next to photographers with cameras with big lenses. I often overhear bystanders ask, “Why do they shoot so many pictures of the same thing”?
Painted Bunting Bathing
Click the video to see a high definition frame-by-frame view of one of the most colorful little birds in North America enjoying an afternoon bath in the wetland of South Florida. I just happened to spot this very beautiful bird taking a very animated bath and was able to capture over 200 very high quality…
Seattle’s Public Market
Pike’s Market, Seattle. All I can say is, WOW! The colors and smells of the flowers were mindbogglingly beautiful!
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