This Blog will provide examples of the "photographic experience". Most often this will be a discussion of simple ideas that are learned from years of searching out that optimal location or most elusive image. Frequently simple tips and shared experiences make a difference in our collective learning experience.
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November 12, 2015
Taking photography of Hummingbirds is a combination of good photography, location and sometimes good fortune. This Rufous-tailed Hummingbird loves the Torch Ginger flower...Read the Full Post »
June 29, 2015
Now that we have entered the "Rainy Season" in Panama new flowers seem to arrive almost daily. This Orchid, the Sobralia, only blooms for one day or less. I took a few ph...Read the Full Post »
May 13, 2015
The Resplendent Quetzal is the most sought after bird for photography in Panama. They hide in the shadows of the Rainforest and seldom fly in the open. I captured this i...Read the Full Post »
October 21, 2014
While we know that the fall season gives way to winter the fall in much of the north brings a special beauty with it. Fall color for much of the northern part of North Am...Read the Full Post »
September 01, 2014
While we travelled through Central America this past winter we were amazed by the beauty of the coast of Belize, Lake Atitlan, Guatemala the the mountains of Panama. Howe...Read the Full Post »
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