Lizard in the afternoon sun. Not too sure about this whole model career.
Most birds will fly away when they notice a person. This curious Stellar’s jay, on the other hand, did the exact opposite. I first saw it from across a small […]
In case you missed it, there was a total lunar eclipse last Wednesday night (or morning, depending where you are). I haven’t done a lot of night photography, so this […]
The smallest of royalty, surveying his realm. This Ruby-crowned kinglet (Regulus calendulas) is barely showing it’s namesake crest.
Layers of earth and layers of sky stretch to the horizon. Shot from the top of Shasta Bally at sunset. It’s a 12 mile round trip with 4,000 feet of […]
Disturbance: noun. The interruption of a settled or peaceful condition. A disturbance, in our everyday lives, is an inconvenience. They happen everywhere. Sometimes they’re big, like an earthquake, a tornado, […]
There’s something intensely primordial about this forest of coast redwoods (Sequoia sempervirens) in a morning fog. These giants tower over the mere mortals of the world at heights of up […]
One of the most exciting things about camping is the friends you make along the way. You never know who you’ll meet.
Let me state for the record that feathers are amazing. Not only do they allow birds to soar, glide and flap their way through the air, their structure allows for […]
Recycling at its finest: Dedecomposingsing the forest floor.