Category Archives: Landscape Photography

Images of landscapes, seascapes and night photography.

Your January Eye Test

Today’s post features an image I captured a few years ago, as I photographed Bald Eagles along the Chilkat River in Alaska, during their late season gathering for a late salmon run in the river. When editing this image, I wondered exactly how many eagles were in this photograph, so I took the time to […]

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Out of the Blue

Today’s post comes from the now defunct Hallo Bay Bear Camp, located along the Katmai National Park coast, near Kodiak Island in Alaska. I have traveled to this exceeding beautiful location many times over the years … until the camp owner passed and the land went back into the hands of the National Park Service. […]

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Midnight Adventure

Today’s image was captured from my cabin deck in Little Tutka Bay, Alaska, in 2007. When this image was captured (around midnight), the sun was just beginning to “set”: Little Tutka Bay is about a 30-minute boat ride from Homer, Alaska. From this location, I spent several trips photographing bald eagles, exploring the low tide […]

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Nature’s ‘Glass’

Today’s post features a couple of images I captured near the LeConte Glacier in Alaska, in 2006. I believe one of these was previously published, but the second one is new to my blog. Icebergs are basically chunks of a glacier that break off (“calve”) from the glacier and then float around in the frigid […]

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Fall in the Ozark Hills

Today’s post features some fall colors I photographed at the end of last week, in beautiful Ha Ha Tonka State Park (Missouri), located in the Ozarks. I’m hoping to get back there soon, to try to capture the peak of the color … but the wind here has been howling, so the trees may be […]

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Comet NEOWISE Visits the Lake

Today’s post features some astrophotographs that I captured at the Lake of the Ozarks, late last week. Comet NEOWISE was the target, as it flew above the Lake. Still being a bit unfamiliar with scenic landscapes (with a northern exposure, necessary to capture NEOWISE), I settled for shooting around the little town of Laurie, Missouri […]

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The Wild Side

Today’s post comes from Florida’s “Wild and Scenic” Myakka River and the Myakka River State Park that contains it. Here are 3 of my favorite landscape images I captured this past February, during a photo trip to Florida. Spanish moss, air plants, and tons of tropical species of plants inhabit the park, everywhere you may […]

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A Bang-Up Good Time!

Today’s post features some of this year’s July 04th fireworks that I captured over out lakeside home at the Lake of the Ozarks, in south-central Missouri. This is my second July 04th firework display I’ve captured at the lake. All these fireworks were personal fireworks by lake residents and visitors … and not too shabby! […]

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Another White Spring

Today’s post comes from one of my daily walks along the lake road, near my home at the Lake of the Ozarks. This time of year is truly a re-awakening, particularly when all the Dogwood trees begin to bloom! Flowering Dogwood is the state tree of Missouri and I look forward each spring to see […]

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Bok Tower Gardens, Part 2

Today’s post features the most unique feature of Bok Tower Gardens … the tower, itself (In Part 1,“Bok Tower Gardens, Part 1”, I featured a few images of the garden landscape). The tower consists of multiple levels (all closed to the public). The entrance to the tower consists of a beautiful, brass door. On one […]

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