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It’s that Time of Year

  As I was Looking back through my files I stumbled across a folder with Grater Praire Chicken images.  The timing is about perfect, early April, to find them on their leks in the mid-west. It’s a few years since I was out to photograph them but it brought back some fond memories of getting up very early to get out to the blind, get set up in complete darkness and wait to see if they would fly in and...

January

  For me, nothing really compares to spending time out in nature and and enjoying the many wonders it presents Nikon D4s, Nikkor 600f4...

Changing the Mood

    One thing you can count on in nature photography is that the weather will be continually changing. To communicate this and to convey the mood of the environment in which the photograph was captured is my main objective as a photographer. In the above images, the one with the streaking snow flakes invokes a different emotion than the first image. This was done by simply increasing the time the...

Bird Chasing

  Just finished up from another day chasing birds in Churchill.  About the only thing here that changes as quickly as the birds is the weather.  It was overcast and cold most of the day but the sights were nothing less than spectacular. Nikon D4, Nikkor 600f4, Nikon TC-20E...

Birding in Churchill

  I couldn’t think of a better start to the morning than to take in the sights and sounds of the abundant wildlife in Churchilll Manitoba.  The hardest decision of the morning was to decide where to stop and start photographing because the birds will come. I’m looking forward to a great week of birding. Greater Yellowleg – Nikon D4, Nikkor 600f4, Nikon TC-20...

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