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Tag Archives: sandhills
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
Early last week, a group of us spent a couple days enjoying the Nebraska Sandhills at Calamus Outfitters, a working ranch that also offers a number of outdoor recreation opportunities. Here are a few photos from those days. . It’s … Continue reading
As I was looking at some of my recent photos from our Niobrara Valley Preserve, I realized that I have a series of photos from approximately the same vantage point that illustrates the site’s recovery from the major wildfire back … Continue reading
As I mentioned in my last two posts, I was up at the Niobrara Valley Preserve last week, helping with a bison roundup. As I mentioned in my last post, I helped with the roundup, but I also took photos … Continue reading
Ok, I know I post an awful lot of spider photos. I have a couple good excuses. First, I like spiders. I just do. Second, for whatever reason, my eyes seem to find spiders as I walk through prairies. Third, … Continue reading
A week ago, I posted two similar photos of a windmill and hay bales in the Nebraska Sandhills. I asked for help deciding which was a better shot. In case you’re curious as to results and don’t want to sort … Continue reading
There are reasons I am primarily a bug and flower photographer. One of the biggest of those reasons is that bug and flower shot compositions are pretty simple. Look – a flower! Or Look – a bug! Or sometimes Look … Continue reading
Nebraska has 108 species of grasshoppers. They come in a wide variety of sizes, shapes, and colors, and generally speaking, the further west you go in the state, the more species you can find. While on a short trip to … Continue reading
As I was preparing to post this blog, I received the latest installment of Ian Lunt’s blog, which gives very good advice to science bloggers about how to capture and hold an audience’s attention. Ironically, I’d just been worrying that … Continue reading
When I was at the Niobrara Valley Preserve in late June, I did some macro photography, in addition to the sunset photo I showed last week. Here are four photos from that trip. . . .