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This post was written by Evan Barrientos, a Hubbard fellow during 2015 and 2016. Evan is currently working for The Nature Conservancy in Oregon. (This is a post that I wrote in January 2016 while during my Fellowship but didn’t … Continue reading
Being a nature photographer sometimes means I can plan trips to interesting places and spend extended periods of time focusing on nothing but photography. More often, however, my photography comes in short opportunistic bursts in the middle of other activities. … 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