Follow along for some of my latest adventures, tips, tricks, techniques and other discussions.
Welcome to The Superstition Wilderness Let’s head on over up the way from my neck of the woods. Just over to the Superstition Mountains for some Lost Dutchman State Park photography. I was at this desert park to visit a friend of mine who camps here every year. Earlier in the day, I received my new lens, which is the Sigma 150-600mm contemporary lens. I have used this lens before, as it’s an excellent birding lens and any wildlife for […]
Bosque Del Apache National Wildlife Refuge December was a busy month for me over at the Bosque Del Apache National Wildlife Refuge. Aside from doing my yearly photographing there, I met up with a great friend of mine, Rick Sammon to pitch a hand in helping him record his newest KelbyOne class, Breathtaking Bird Photography: Pro Setting and Techniques. If you are a nature/bird enthusiast, with or without a camera, this is a can’t miss location, especially if you are in the […]
Mushroom Photography Ideas and Tips Today I want to feature a quick write up talking about some helpful tips for shooting the mushrooms that are out in a lot of the forests this time of year. Typically speaking, you will not find mushrooms (at least easily) all year round. You want to search them out during the wet and damp times of the year. Spring can work nicely as well. Remember that cooler places, may have a later springtime, so […]
Let’s Take a Visit to Lacock England It’s October 31st, which means it’s Halloween! Happy Halloween to everyone out there. Hopefully, you enjoyed a fun night trick or treating, or perhaps you got to enjoy a scary movie this weekend. Now, let’s take a quick visit to Lacock England! While visiting London and Stonehenge this past March, I also stopped here. It’s a small village in the county of Wiltshire. The population here is less than 200. Some of the […]
Inner Basin Trail Autumn is here! So that means it’s time to make my yearly visit to the Lockett Meadow area. More specifically, for 2017, the Inner Basin Trail. This year, I headed up North with some excellent photography friends, Kristina and Iris. Both are very talented in their own rights. It’s always nice to shoot with others and learn from one another. This provides a remarkable way of seeing things through another artists’ eyes. We arrived early, so we […]