I went to a talk featuring Susan Seubert, a photographer I have always admired. One point she hit on, that rang true for me, is that photography provides an enriching life experience that is hard to match. It may not be easy, it might even be heart wrenching – but it provides an impetus to meet incredible people, hear amazing stories, and travel to places that are new and challenging.
There are hundred different ways the camera can lead to exploration, from life on a miniature scale – to a grand landscape. From learning something new and technical, to appreciating the simplicity and color of a garden flower.
It is something I am thankful for, and acutely aware of how lucky I have been to travel this path.
ecuadorian cloud forest
winter forest in the oregon coastal mountain range
endau-rompin national park, malaysia
hart-mountian national antelope refuge
- Coffee Beans (Coffea Arabica)
- Clean Energy – Leaf And Water
- Parastic Fly (Pyrgota undata)
- Southeastern Myotis (Myotis austroriparius)
- Southern Leopard Frog (Rana sphenocephala)
- Vietnamese Mossy Frog (Theloderma corticale)
- How George Costanza Dresses: Morning Mist
- Colorful Wasp (Sphex habenus)
- Ornate Ichneumon Wasp (Thyreodon sp.)
- Black And Yellow Mud Dauber Wasp (Sceliphron caeme...
- Great Golden Digger Wasp (Sphex ichneumoneus)
- Skate Face (Raja rhina)
- Pollen Detail Of White Trillium (trillium Ovatum)
- White Trillium (trillium Ovatum)
- Winter Forest
- Oak and Palmetto Forest
- Pacific Madrone Tree (Arbutus menziesii)
- Grasshawk Dragonfly (Neurothemis fluctuans)
- Termites In The Air (Reticulitermes flavipes)
- Canyon Bat (Parastrellus hesperus) – What's In A N...
- Bat Bug
- More Fun With Parasites
- Vivid Dancer Damselfly With Passengers
- Fan Palm (Livistona endauensis)
- Photography As Adventure
- Aimless Shooting
- Ancient Elk In Rock Art
- Elk Living, Elk Dying
- Elk Predator
- Elk Calf (Cervus canadensis nelsoni)
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