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It is hard to beat a beautiful sunset. I think sunsets might be one of the most universally cherished scenes. Sunsets happen everywhere. Everyone can see a sunset. Sunsets occur along city skylines or out in nature. You can experience sunsets out on an adventure. But there is also simple joy in experiencing a sunset while relaxing at home. Maybe you are even just sitting inside watching TV and happen to look… Read More

So much of what I love in life has come through the intertwining of various passions I have in my life. Growing up with a love of nature. Discovering a love for photography, quite by accident. Trying to regain some level of fitness an shockingly developing a love for running. One thing that I love feeds into another thing that I love which in turn enhances another aspect of my life. This… Read More

One photo a day challenge: Day 186. Yesterday I wrote about one of my favorite flowers that I have been able to successfully grow at our house. This post is the exact opposite. This post is about one of my favorite flowers that I admire frequently at flower gardens everywhere. I see them frequently. They are beautiful flowers. And I love that they attract pollinators. These are also one of my favorite… Read More

With the format of our vacation being composed of individualized day trips we really wanted to make sure we found ways to include our dogs in our vacation. Two challenges that arise with that is number one, one of our dogs has some issues with her hind legs so she cannot do much extensive hiking with us like she used to, and two it has been and is forecasted to be quite… Read More

Female Mallard Photograph

Most of the photography gear that I have and use the most are tools that I have had for a long time. I have chosen these particular tools for a reason. I really like the photographs I am able to create with these tools. It doesn’t mean that there are never times I wish I had other tools available to me. For my wildlife photography I mostly use a 300mm lens with… Read More

I passively monitor birding issues and sightings locally by receiving email from a list serve set up by our local chapter of the Audubon Society. I read or at skim the emails as they come in to see if there is anything interesting going on in the area. Sometimes information that peaks my interest comes through. Recently there had been several emails sent out of people in the area reporting Redpolls in… Read More

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