Most of my photography experiences involving chipmunks go something like this: My eyes see a chipmunk and my brain says “there’s a …” (the chipmunk drops into hiding) “… chipmunk." It's not easy to get shots of chipmunks. They don't spend much time in the open. Their color allows them to blend with their surroundings. And they are quick to head for cover when … Continue reading
I visit a wide variety of local, state and national parks, preserves and sanctuaries during my search for photographs. Each park has its own unique offerings, the reason the areas were protected as parks. For instance, parks in the Hocking Hills region of Ohio have deep, creek-filled gorges surrounded by rocky cliffs and many waterfalls, a unique landscape for Ohio. The J.N. "Ding" Darling … Continue reading
Travelers rush through the main concourse of Grand Central Terminal, New York City.