Two years ago, I enrolled in an introduction to digital photography course. I felt that I was finally ready to step into the world of DSLR. A friend helped me pick out the best “starter” camera (a Nikon D3200), and I was ready to become a photojournalist extraordinaire. And then reality hit. There is more…
The Final Shot: Daniel’s portrait is the last pic my camera allowed
About a month ago, I lost my photos. Over 4,000 photos gone. I had relied on the Cloud when I should have relied on hard drive. Lesson learned. Heart broken. Hard drive bought. It was difficult picking up the camera again, as I mourned for those lost pictures. But I finally tried. And this week, I…
They’re Back! #MontereyBay has crabs.
A Brandt’s cormorant eyes a pelagic crab. But he has plans for a deep water dinner.
When a tree falls in the wood, one crow is pretty upset about it.
A young green heron searches for dinner in the quiet pools of the Carmel River long before the heavy rains of winter.
Just as a honeybee is colored by the blue pollen of a chicory flower, we too are painted by the world we ingest.
A neglected plot of amaranth serves up a bountiful lunch for this male Oregon junco.
A female dark-eyed junco (Oregon) scopes out the beds for a place to build her nest.
So we came across this scene at the beach.
Waves before the next storm on Monterey Bay.