Just because you’re first doesn’t necessarily mean you’re the best. But there is a reason why Yellowstone was named the […]
Photo of the Week- A rock with legs!
This is in Death Valley, which may be the most interesting national park in the USA . It’s more like […]
What is America’s best national park?
Got a favorite? I’ll reveal mine in a few days. See poll below. Feel free to comment…If you pick Other, […]
How did this happen? The sun is round, right?
This image I shot at Point Lobos at Carmel, California shows a distorted sun at sunset. The top of […]
Images in from the cold. Winters past.
Many of you just endured a pretty harsh winter. It was way too cold to go outside. But, if you […]
Photo of the Week- Bighorns on the Edge
I can’t believe a herd of any mammal would be afraid of me. As I was hiking around the backcountry […]
My Favorite Mammal……..to photograph
Originally posted on dawn2dawn photography:
As promised, this post follows my previous blog post on My Favorite Bird to photograph, the…
Photo Of The Week- What do Easter Sunday, Snowshoeing and a Black Bear have in common?
With Easter Sunday approaching, I was reminded of an Easter Sunday in 2006 when I visited Sequoia National Park. It […]
Lunar Eclipse Pics
From last night’s astronomical event!
Adding dimension to a photograph
The images we view on a computer screen or in a book are two-dimensional. The photos are flat and have […]