A flicker of red, that is what I saw before I realized it was this beauty. A Red Bellied woodpecker. Often recognized for its bright red feathers on top of its head. For the life of me I can’t figure out why they named this bird red bellied when his red head is so bright…
This story begins on a cold January afternoon. It was the kind of cold chill that went to the bones. It was overcast and the sky was draped in gray. I knew where the swans were that afternoon and I just had to go see if I could get some decent shots. I took out walking carrying a load in my backpack. My camera, a couple of lens, and my trusty tripod.
The past year I have been working on a project that I have wanted to do for a while. I just received a proof and I would like to share the cover photo of my new book. Capturing A Moment In Nature due out in the fall of 2018. I am excited to see my…
This weekend the farm was alive with the signs of summer. When hay time hits you know it is here. I hope you enjoy a few of the photos I was able to capture of life on the farm. There is nothing like living on a farm. The End…
Pure magic….. That is what a great wildlife image truly is. As I sat in the blind waiting on the buck deer to appear, I thought to myself. A great wildlife photo is truly magic.
There is so much that goes into capturing great photos of wildlife, and I want to share with you some of those amazing aspects.
Getting down and dirty at your subjects eye level can give you big impact when it comes to photographing small animals. Capturing these photos of the Greater Road Runner is a example of this type photography.
There are two hours in the day that photographers call the golden hours. These two hours are the first hour of daylight when light is first peeping its head up and becoming visible. The second golden hour is at dawn when the sun makes its last appearance and God takes his paint brush and paints the most stunning colors in the sky
There is nothing more challenging than trying to take a still photo of a bird in flight. In this blog post I want to hit on a few key tips for making this challenge a little more easier. First of all you must have patience.
The Hen Harrier Hawk is a bird that is very hard to catch setting still. This was a rare treat to catch this one setting on a stump. What made this very special was another Hen Harrier came by and tried to knock the first one off of the log and I got the shot.