Monthly Archives: March 2011


Black-and-white photography is where nature photography started. I am always so impressed by what William Henry Jackson did in the early 1870s, photographing Yellowstone before it was Yellowstone National Park, and that led to its preservation. And then there was … Continue reading

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White Sands National Monument

Earlier this month, I was in McAllen, Texas, for the North American Nature Photography Association annual summit. I had never been to that part of the U.S. or any part in between from Tucson south east. So I decided to … Continue reading

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White Sands, Workshops, Books and More

I just got back from the NANPA summit in McAllen, Texas. I drove. I enjoy driving across our country -- it gives me a direct feel for the nation in ways that flying does not do. Sitting at the window … Continue reading

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Finding Your Style or Vision

Right now, I am down in McAllen, Texas, at the North American Nature Photography Association annual conference or summit. McAllen is a fascinating area. I am also helping out with the college student program, and they are a passionate group … Continue reading

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In Search of Nature at an Over-the-Top Resort

I recently went with my wife to the Bahamas. She is on the board of a national trade organization for her industry, and they had their annual meeting there. Since I had never been there before, I decided to accompany … Continue reading

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