Elusive Wildflowers Part 1 – Hepatica

In the event that I get crap out of the camera tomorrow, here's what I shot today.  All three were shot with my old Olympus 90mm. It's round-lobed hepatica, a very early riser in the spring wildflower pantheon.  And one I've never shot before.  The name refers to the leaves which are quite distinctive and... Continue Reading →

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Up to my old tricks

One of my favorite things about the woods is finding the unexpected.  Around here conservation land usually has a past, meaning it hasn't always been conservation land.  A lot of it has been logged, farmed, lived on, mined and used for lots of other things, often yielding up its secrets decades later.  This bridge isn't... Continue Reading →

A Moment of Macro

Earlier today I took a quick stroll around the yard, looking at this and that, checking on things that might be emerging.  It's not officially spring, but it sure feels like it out there.  We've got spring peepers peeping already and I saw a garter snake around the 10th.  Amazing. Anyway, on my quick stroll... Continue Reading →

Passion’s Ebb

It's as much a part of being a photographer as clicking the shutter - the ebb.  Maybe not exactly an ebb, but a slack tide kind of time.  The time between the rushing. When things are still.  Calm.  I used to resent my 'photographic funks', but now I sort of relish them.  I think it... Continue Reading →

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