Twice a day, Monday through Friday, I make a 32-mile journey to and from my job at the Walton County Animal Control shelter in Monroe Georgia. My path takes me on country backroads through tiny towns like High Shoals, Good Hope and Watkinsville. Each and every trip, my camera rides shotgun in the front seat next to me. You never know what you’ll see on those routine rides. So much of my “wildlife photography” is shot on those boring rides to and from work. One day it might be an armadillo ambling... continue reading
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I realised last Saturday that I am an antisocial photographer. Or maybe unsociable is a kinder way of putting it. Either way, I am not sociable once I have a camera in my hand. It was my big day out to a photography event at the local Birds of Prey centre last weekend, and the evening before it suddenly struck me that everyone else would know more than me and I would look, not to put too fine a point on it, stupid. I also realised that I would have to be sociable whilst taking photographs,... continue reading
During the last days I made some sales which had native birds of Catalonia as a subject. They were neither made at the same place nor at the same time but I am grouping them together. The Spotted Crake is a rather shy and difficult to observe bird which likes swamps and marshes hiding in the dense vegetation. This photo was made at the Aiguamolls del Emporda nature parkin northeastern Catalonia, very near to the french border. The Bearded Vultureis a very interesting type of vulture... continue reading
Sometimes you just have to take the photo.My wife and I recently made a trip through the California Mountains and of course from time to time we would pull over on an overlook to take a break and enjoy the view.And naturally my friend Mr. camera is always along and on the ready.On one of the overlooks it had a very nice view but it was early morning and had just a hint of fog hanging over the valley.Nice to look at but not to great for photos.But then along the side of the Mountain... continue reading
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