The smooth, flat rocks on this Washington beach were prefect for stacking into cairns.
Dragonflies spend most of their lives, sometimes years, in the nymph stage. During that time they live in the water and feed on other insects and even small fish and tadpoles.
“Look at how a single candle can both defy and define the darkness.”
Continue reading “A Light In The Darkness”
The city of Victoria, British Columbia has a float plane service in it’s harbor. You can sit by the water front and watch planes come and go all day long.
Great Blue Herons seem to get all the attention. Probably because they are so large and conspicuous. Green Heron’s are not nearly as easy to spot and I would guess most non-birders probably couldn’t identify them on sight.
My daughter wanted to use her iPhone lens attachments at Butchart Gardens in Victoria, British Columbia. While she was finding the right one to use she asked me to hold this one. Continue reading “Through The Lens”
During my Rivanna River float, earlier this summer, my Pentax went for an unexpected swim. Clearly not what any nature photographer wants to happen but things don’t always go as planned. Thankfully I saw the camera fall into the river and pulled it out before it had time to sink too far below the surface. For the rest of the trip I was left shooting with my iPhone and had the camera out in the sun to dry. Continue reading “Butterfly On The Camera”
This week’s photo challenge topic is Satisfaction. I batted a few ideas around and ended up with this photograph taken on a recent visit to the James River. You may not see anything satisfying in the photograph but that’s okay. I’ll explain.
I was wandering the streets of Victoria, British Columbia right around sunset, looking for scenes that might work for low light photography. Continue reading “The Limo Is Waiting”