The theme for Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge this week is Eyes.
Sunday was my fourth outing as a volunteer at the bald eagle nest site; our job, which is coordinated by the Bureau of Reclamation, California State Parks, and local organization FOLFAN (Friends of Lakes Folsom and Natoma), is to help teach people using the trail about the eagles and keep an eye open for anybody disturbing the birds. Just about […]
Welcome to Macro Monday! My idea is to alternate my future Monday posts between macro photography and re-scanned images of older Memory Monday slides, most of which I’ve shared previously. As I searched for some macro inspiration, I quickly realized that I lack the equipment to produce anything like the really amazing macro images already on the internet. BUT where […]
I’ve been shooting an awful lot of spring wildflowers lately — but I figure that since they won’t be around much longer, I’d better appreciate them while I can. I’ve been learning to recognize quite a few of them by sight and to name them as I hike past. Hopefully at least some of this knowledge with stick with me […]
More images from Brown’s Ravine, April 2019.
Our warm weather has kicked in, and the mosquitos are ravenous (ask me how I know). I shot these photos a couple of weeks ago at the American River, near the William B. Pond Recreation Area in Carmichael. I already miss those cloudy, cooler days!
My entry for Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge this week.