Capture Arkansas Photo of the Day – Arkansas Sunset – December 29, 2015 Advertisements
Here in Arkansas you might see a bear, but seeing one is rare and very exciting if given the opportunity.
Arkansas, once know as the bear state, is loved by black bear due to its mountains which are rugged terrain, covered in trees, and abundant with water sources.
The weather here in Arkansas has been quite cooler in the last few weeks due to overcast rainy skies. It has been great weather to take long walks and just get out and enjoy the great outdoors with my camera in tow. During my long afternoon walks a big white bodied winged bird has caught my eye lately soaring over the pastures and ponds.
This snowy white bird know as the Great Egret, is the symbol of the National Audubon Society. I hope you enjoy these few photos that I was able to capture and just had to share.
Last weekend I got the privilege to take a little trip down south to Casscoe, Arkansas and visit the Potlatch Conservation Education Center at Cook’s Lake with a couple of wonderful ladies. We had such a wonderful time and seen something that I had no idea the Game and Fish actually do…. Band Hummingbirds. It…
I keep cattle feed for Dinky in a special place so it is easier to feed her every day. Dinky is a special little cow here on the farm, and she gets a little extra each day for a special treat. One morning I found that Dinky was not the only animal that loved her…
Shooting action shots of an animal on the water is really exciting and can be a challenge in itself. Bringing together light, water and action, can create an awesome effect in photography. This series of shots of the Trumpeter Swans, right when the golden hour in photography was ending, was such a gift. It happened at the most perfect time of day, with the most perfect subject any photographer could want, the Trumpeter Swan