Another view of a dry leaf of the Cecropia, in black and white, reveals a different aspect of this interesting, large leaf found in the Atlantic Forest of Brazil.
Bark beetles, drought and wildfires are destroying the Yosemite National Park in California.
Sometimes I just get lost in the moment with my camera.
Keeping up with my series of posts about photography destinations not far from the greater Sacramento area, I want to introduce my followers to Rush Ranch, a working ranch in Fairfield that offers a number of photographic possibilities.
Every April, photographers walk the streets of Sacramento, trespassing on people’s lawns and driveways, to capture the beautiful Dogwood flowers that grow in the city gardens.
I explore the in-camera multiple exposure technique on botanicals, using a Nikon Z50 and the average blend mode.
Wondering what is going to happen to the blogging community at Wordpress.com after the plan rate changes ….
Come along with me for a walk in the pasture, along the nearly dry marsh, towards the mountains, and into the light.
Back to the Cold Canyon for a wildflower walk with a camera, I spotted a number of adorable flowers. This post contains some photography tips.
I introduce my followers to one of my black and white photographs of an Agave plant, and write some thoughts about succulent plant photography in monochrome.