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Archive for December, 2016

Weekly Photo Challenge: Anticipation


As someone who spends a fair amount of time photographing wildlife it would be easy to talk about the excitement and expectation of capturing a great image of a wild and unpredictable subject.  Instead, I wanted to share a photo that is not uncommon but often overlooked – that look of anticipation and wonder on the faces of the wildlife we encounter – concerned about whether we are predators or just wondering what the heck we are doing in their domain.  I chose this photo from a walking safari we did in Nepal – if that is not a look of anticipation, then I’ve never seen one…..

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Weekly Photo Challenge: New Horizons


There’s nothing that signifies a new beginning or horizon to me better than the sunrise of a brand new day.  It gets even more exhilarating and significant when that new horizon happens to be looking to the sea with the sun rising in the east.  I took this photo in Poipu beach, Hawaii last year.  The colors of the sky were in stark contrast to the black lava rock that rims the coastline.  A worthy sight and memory to begin any day or any endeavor.

Colors and Contrast

Colors and Contrast


Gone….


Both summer and the crowds that it brings…..

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Gone

 

Didn’t have a camera with me this morning at the beach in San Diego…..remembered I had my I-phone to capture the deserted beach walkway.


Weekly Photo Challenge: Relax


When I saw the subject of this week’s challenge, I thought of many photos but ended up choosing this one from a 2012 trip to Alaska.  We had just landed and set up camp for a week with the Brown Bears in the Katmai.  We took a short walk from our camp and watched as some of the bears grazed in the field.  We eventually followed this bear as he made his way to the stream, plopped down, and immediately dozed off.  He didn’t seem to mind at all that the 5 of us were nearby clicking away with our cameras – He was much too relaxed to care…

let sleeping bears lie....

let sleeping bears lie….