I know there are owls in the woods in most areas where I do wildlife photography. I’ve seen stories in the paper about injured owls undergoing rehabilitation in local nature centers. Hikers have told me about owls they’ve watched. And I’ve seen photos by other photographers taken in the same parks I visit. Chances are I’ve walked past owls without seeing them. They usually … Continue reading
Nearly all of my photography falls into one category — outdoor. I shoot a lot of wildlife images. I also shoot travel and sports. I seldom have an opportunity to do a “studio shoot” — set up a background, position the subject (either a person or a thing), configure suitable lighting, etc. That’s an enjoyable creative challenge, but it also takes a lot of time. And extra time is … Continue reading
I’ve added a variety of photos taken during a visit to New York City.
The sun rises behind the pineapple fountain along the riverfront in Charleston, S.C.