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Swans and Gulls at Indian Wells State Park

Over the weekend, the weather was questionable, so I decided to stay close to home and do a little photography.  I drove over to Indian Wells State Park, located in Shelton, Connecticut and took a few shots before the rain moved in.  There were 7 or 8 swans there, as well as several gulls and […]

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Smithsonian 2012 Photo Contest Winners

  Smithsonian.com is currently running their 11th annual photo contest called (appropriately) “PhotoContest2013“.  Over the duration of the contest, 290,000 photos have been judged from over 112 countries.  There are five categories for this year’s competition:  the American Experience, The Natural World, People, Travel, and Altered Images.  They will also be highlighting work done with […]

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Interview with Nature Photographer Kari Post

  Several years ago, I stumbled upon a blog of a young photographer located in the Northeast United States by the name of Kari Post. What I enjoyed about her blog was not only the amazing photography, but her writing. What came across in her posts was the passion she had not only for photography […]

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Nikon Small World Photomicrography Contest Winners 11 through 20

Earlier this week, I posted on the top 10 winners in Nikon’s Small World Photomicrography Contest.  Below are the rest of the top 20 winners (numbers 11-20).  Thanks again to Nikon Small World for allowing me to post these amazing photos. Technorati Tags: contest, Feature, Nikon, Photomicrography, Small World

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National Museum of African Art Exhibit on Photographic Legacy of Eliot Elisofon

  I was looking through the Smithsonian website and came across an exhibit on Eliot Elisofon they will have on display from November 21st, 2013 until August 24th 2014.  The name of the exhibit is “Africa ReViewed:  The Photographic Legacy of Eliot Elisofon”. According to the Museum, “The exhibition, an extension of FotoWeek DC (Nov. […]

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Autumn Leaves

  The fall colors have come (and almost gone) here in the northeast and I’ve been out shooting as much as possible.  The colors have been hit or miss, depending on the area that I’ve been in, but overall haven’t been bad this year. Here are a few of the leave shots I’ve taken this […]

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Nature Photo Journal is now on Goggle+ (and my head is starting to spin)

  Actually, I’ve been on Goggle+ for awhile now, but recently decided to put a little more effort into it, since I didn’t get very far with it when first joining.  I’ve not been much of a social media person in the past, although I have used (and like) Twitter for quite awhile.  However, Goggle+ […]

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Invasion of the Robins

  This last weekend, there were tons of Robins flying around in the backyard, primarily eating the berries off the bushes that border my property.  I’ve never seen so many together at one time. Here are a couple of  photos of them taken with my Canon 7Dand Canon EF 400mm f/5.6L lens.   Technorati Tags: […]

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