This is the first installment of an occasional series I plan to post. Over the years I have encountered several subjects that I especially enjoy photographing. Subjects that when I pass an interesting specimen, I usually stop to photograph it at all possible. This interest has created ongoing themes in my personal photography over the years – and in some cases decades. Continue reading “Favorite Subjects: Bicycles”
After a fun spring season of classroom and field workshops, one of the highlights of my summer was exploring my favorite stretch of Lake Superior’s North Shore in Minnesota, with a great group of workshop photographers in my North Shore Instructional Photo Tour. Our group met up in Beaver Bay, Minnesota, on a Thursday evening, and we photographed numerous locations through Sunday at noon. Continue reading “Lake Superior North Shore Photo Tour Report”
Good afternoon! Here are a few more details about my upcoming iPhone Photography workshop ~ iPhone Photography Adventure! ~ May 5 at Octagon Center for the Arts in Ames! It’s the third workshop in my Spring 2012 Digital Photography Workshop Series at the Octagon. Here’s the scoop on the session!
The iPhone has been widely heralded Continue reading “iPhone Photography Adventure! (May 5 Workshop at The Octagon)”
Our popular annual Autumn Color photography workshops are fast approaching – and there are still spots available. This year we are expanding the Midwest Nature Photography Field Workshops fall color events to include another fabulous Iowa location – Wildcat Den State Park! Continue reading “2011 Autumn Color Workshops”
Recently, I visited one of my favorite “soul places,” a beautiful local park with a lovely natural pond area. The pond is full of frogs of several varieties, including very large bullfrogs. Located over part of the pond, are some covered, tiered benches on a platform – the platform is sort of a dock over the water, and the tiered benches are not unlike those in a (very) small sports stadium. Continue reading “View from the Frog Bleachers”
Finding myself in Boston a few days before Halloween, it seemed an appropriate time to visit an historic graveyard. So I stopped in at the Granary Burying Ground on Tremont Street. The Granary Burying Ground is noted as being one of the oldest graveyards in Boston (it’s not the oldest, but rather the third oldest), founded in 1660. But it’s the final resting place of many Boston notables, such as Paul Revere, Samuel Adams, John Hancock, several other signers of the Declaration of Independence, Samuel Sewell (the Salem witch trials judge), some members of Ben Franklin’s Family, and the victims of the Boston Massacre. Continue reading “Halloween at Granary Burying Ground, Boston”