My favorite photos tend to be those I’ve taken most recently. I imagine that’s true of most everyone who does any kind of creative work. I have a tab at the top of the home page for this blog called “Prairie Photos” where you can see some of my favorite photos. The other day, I looked through them and realized it had been way too long since I’d updated that page, so I remedied that. Now you can click on that tab (or just click here) and see a batch of some of the photos I’m most proud of. Here are a few examples…
Most of the photos included in that collection were taken within the last couple of years, but there are a few older ones that I still like. Often, those older photos captured a particular moment of serendipity that still evokes strong emotions for me. Other times, they were the the final result of a lot of trial and error, and my pride in the image comes as much from that effort as from the quality of the photo.
One of my biggest aspirations for my photography is to help people see the beauty of prairies. If you have friends or colleagues who aren’t yet aware of that beauty, maybe you can send them the link to these photos to show them a few examples.
Do it quick, though, before I get tired of these photos and replace them with newer ones!