Most critters have a fear of people. I suppose God put this there to protect the animals from extinction. Just ask the Passenger Pigeon and countless other species what we are capable of!But then there are those critters quite comfortable with life in close association with us. In fact, they seem to prefer it! Eating from our bird feeders, trash cans, cat food bowls… Some, like the Eastern Gray Squirrel, even seem to have this intense desire to chew through your siding and move into your attic!Here... continue reading
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I spend a lot of time outdoors photographing. Sometimes driving for over an hour, then hiking deep into the forest to find that special image that every art director will want to buy (or at least that is my hope!).Lately, though, time and weather have not been cooperating with me.Because of this, I have found that I have been overlooking a treasure in my own backyard.Siting on my deck one evening I noticed all the activity on and around my deck.I grabbed my camera and started shooting.... continue reading
Most photographers, I assume, attempt to go to the most exotic or spectacular places to photograph scenic landscapes and breathtaking vistas.But there are plenty of interesting things right in your back yard, (or front yard or field behind your house or woods across town.)Within 25 miles of my house, there are hundreds of places to explore, all on public lands.While at first glance it might seem mundane, a closer look will usually reveal surprises never before realized, like the unusual Onion-... continue reading
One day when I was hiking in the whitemud park, I found this cute little squirrel. At first he was wondering, "who's coming?"...After he found out that I had no intention to steal his foods, then this fella started enjoying...It must be a happy moment I am sure...It took me several minutes to get all pictures, then I decided to leave. In this moment, there was another hiker showed up, this cute squirrel appeared very alert, suddenly turned around, seemed to say, "what happened?"This... continue reading
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