A Photographer’s Thoughts on Zoo Exhibit Design

A Photographer’s Perspective on Zoo Exhibit Design I’m a photographer, not a zoological park architect, but I’m writing about zoo habitat design here because I spend a reasonable amount of time photographing critters in them (be it to test out new gear or techniques, practice and hone skills, or simply do something fun for a […]

Bryce Canyon National Park: Southwest Adventure 2016

In many ways, you could say that Bryce Canon National Park, is the sister park to Zion National park. More than anything, these two parks are tied together by geology. The rocks at the bottom of Bryce Canyon are from the same formation as the rocks at the top of Zion Canyon. This article details […]

Mesa Verde: Southwest Adventure 2016

Mesa Verde National Park is probably not the first place anyone thinks of when they think of interesting National Parks. Honestly, I can’t say it’s the first place I think of either. But it is interesting in its own way, and it’s especially interesting if you’re interested in anthropology and how early people dealt with […]

The Grand Canyon: Southwest Adventure 2016

As if it was a lighthouse in the dark of night, the brilliant golden glow of the setting sun reflects off the unseen windows of the main dining hall on the North Rim. The building is unseen, buried in 100 foot high firs and pines that line the North Rim some 14 miles away. It’s […]

Wakodahatchee Field Guide

Updates and Field Notes Click here to view recent field notes and shooting logs for Wakodahatchee wetlands. Field notes and shooting logs are updated after recent visits to Wakodahatchee wetlands and have new information sometimes weekly. Introduction Palm Beach’s Wakodahatchee Wetlands is a 50 acre artificial wetland that was created by the Palm Beach Water […]