I haven’t had time to post thanks to the whirlwind of activity at the North American Nature Photographers Association conference in Palm Springs. In a nutshell, the conference was excellent and exceeded all my expectations.Read More
Bradford Washburn past away last night at age 96. Read More
The Stirring the Senses guide book was the result of a fun assignment I did a few years ago in Kenai Fjords National Park. Read More
When I need to hire an adventure model, the first person I turn to is Troy Henkels.
We have been very busy with print sales during the past month, and we are just now heading into the busy season for prints. This year we have decided to offer free shipping anywhere in the U.S. via priority mail for any order over $100.
For orders outside the United States, we will reduce shipping costs by $10 for any order over $100.
This offer will be good until December 18th. To see our complete photo gallery, go to our main photo site, http://www.wildnatureimages.com/
A couple of weeks ago I shared a number of images from Utah and Arizona taken near the end of a long trip last year which took me from Alaska to California. We were joined on that trip for a few days by some good friends of ours from Seward, Bob and Kathy Bingman. I thought I would share a few of Kathy’s photos from the trip, one because it is rare for me to be in any photo, but mainly, because I thought they were very creative and well done.
We have had some heavy rain and wind the last couple of days, but today it really picked up. The City of Seward has declared a state of emergency, and many of the roads are closed including the Seward Highway in multiple places. The water was really deep crossing the Seward Highway at Mile 4. I didn’t go close enough for a photo of the Seward Highway, but did take a couple of photos of other areas. I will take a few more in an hour or so at high tide.