Monthly Archives: July 2014

When summer sets in and spring migration is done with, there is a lull in bird activity and my attention turns to macro photography. While this is not my primary interest, I find the variety of insects near my home in Southern Wisconsin to be very photogenic. You just have to know to look. Here […]

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I’m just back from having┬áspent a week observing and photographing breeding birds in the tundra of Barrow, Alaska – the northernmost city in the United States. The trip was exhausting and exhilarating at the same time. My flights involved connecting through Minneapolis, Seattle, Anchorage, Fairbanks and Prudhoe Bay for a grand total of over 20 […]

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