Posts By: Bob

A Week of Shadows and Light.

What an amazing week!  The image above was captured as the sun rose over the lake as I was paddling out toward my usual location.  I usually leave the launch point about an hour before sunrise, but I was a bit later than usual this particular morning.  You can’t really see it in the image above,… Read more »

Weighing the Risks of Wildlife and Nature Photography

I was asked in a FaceBook comment last week to talk about how I deal with some of the risks while capturing images in the wilderness.  I thought about that request for a bit, and realized that I had never really explained what precautions I take to minimize the obvious risks of wilderness photography.  With that… Read more »

Pristine Wilderness

Living in Central Florida, I have the access to some of the only remaining undisturbed wilderness in the state,  The chain of lakes in this area is sometimes difficult to access, and thankfully much of it is protected (at least for now).  One of the lakes I’m currently photographing has no access other than kayak…. Read more »