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Tag Archives: photography
Just as I did last week, I’m posting a few more winter photos from my archives. Laying flat on one’s stomach on a frozen river might not sound like much fun to you, but it does give you a neat … Continue reading
I was looking through a couple batches of winter photos from recent years and found some images I’d never posted here. Since my camera hasn’t left its bag in the last week or so, I’ll post a few of those … Continue reading
Earlier this week, we had a foggy and frosty day. When the clouds finally started to thin, I popped across town to Lincoln Creek Prairie to see if I could get some photographs of the frost. Here are a few … Continue reading
Before and after sunrise… Back in July, a small group of us got up early to do some prairie photography. We were attending the Grassland Restoration Network workshop in northwestern Minnesota and wanted to catch the sunrise at The Nature … Continue reading
Earlier this week, I mentioned the hike I took at the Niobrara Valley Preserve Monday afternoon and evening. I carried my camera on the walk but waited in vain for decent photography light. The heavy clouds started to thin as … Continue reading
The sky yesterday was mostly overcast and dark, but I looked out my window mid morning and noticed the clouds thinning a little. I grabbed my camera and drove down to our family prairie for a walk. It was a … Continue reading
I have a pretty great job. I love my work for many reasons, but a big one is the freedom I have to take photographs when opportunities present themselves. Photography is an important part of conservation work, and my photos … Continue reading
Several people have asked for a different version of the 30 second video I posted earlier today. If you’re one of those viewers who wants more time to enjoy each image, try this 3 minute version.
This has been a week of big black spiders. …In a good way. First, my wife brought home a huge black wolf spider one of her biology students caught. It stayed the weekend, and my stepson helped me photograph it … Continue reading