Springtime Flowers. A time of renewal, and new beginnings. This hub continues my series of picture essays on each of the seasons.
Using a specific example photograph from Purisima Creek Redwoods, I go through several tactics to improve the look of forest-setting images.
This is a photo gallery of some of the polished beach pebbles that I have. I'm hoping for some help to name the different types of stones and minerals involved.
Lovers of deer and those who find interest in cute, funny, or weird animal pictures may get a kick out of this Hub - it includes all of the above! What a delight! What a treat! What an unmitigated miracle of blogging...
Macrophotography of Insects opens up the door to these "aliens" among us we call insects. It allows you to see the insect kingdom in ways that you have never seen it before!
You enjoy taking pictures of nature, but you are wondering what to photograph and how to get good nature pictures? Start in your own backyard. Here are some tips and tricks for the beginner.
Simple close-up or macro photography techniques that can be done with almost any digital camera.
Motion Sensor Game Cameras are not just for hunters. Many photographers use these automatic cameras to scout good spots to take pictures. Moultrie Game Cameras are affordable and of good quality.
Wyman Meinzer's amazing photographs of West Texas along with a little background of his biography.
This short photo album of the flowers that we have in our backyard at out house in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina includes some of my favorite shots. The Wildflowers and other great blooming plants you see were planted...