Here Comes the Daffodils Final Series

The daffodils have arrived at the garden.  Choose the best one and enjoy a good day everyone!  You can purchase these photos at

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Welcome Lesser Celandine 2

The bitter flavored Lesser Celandine is back!  This plant is poisonous and should not be consumed as this point.  They are available for purchase at

Nectar Suckers Part 4!

New photos uploaded of the final series of the “Nectar Suckers.”  I am thinking about creating a photo book series.  It will be the Nectar Sucker series.  I might also include several bee photographs that I have published here before.  I will even possibly throw in several editorial editions.  For now, enjoy these photographs!  You can find them at

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The Nectar Suckers Part 3!

Come oh great bees.  Leave your hives to collect nectar.  Make your queen proud and build new hives, for honey is delicious and magical!

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Snacking on Nuts

The squirrel is hungry for nuts.  Do not forget to feed this guy!  This specie is the Eastern Gray Squirrel.  We also have Eastern Black squirrels as well where I live.  These photos are available on my website for purchase at

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Tree Photography

If there is one type of photography I can greatly improve on it has to be tree photo shooting.  This can be tricky for even an experienced as he or she must tell the observer this is the tree that is the main subject.  Your main subject tells the reader a story with the usage of clarity and beauty.  Yet, your main subject can fall out of bounds and become less focused with many other trees becoming the main source instead.  Photography is not meant to be a perfect field of artistry, but you want to be as close to perfection as possible with choosing which tree you want the observer to focus in on.  One of the ways to get around it is to make sure you angle your shot correctly before shooting.  This means surveying the land and trying to figure out which tree you want to be the main subject.  During post-production, you can also use Photoshop to edit out the trees that might be a distraction.  You also want to make sure that you use a good f-stop, ISO and aperture to ensure you reduce noise and blue, and balance of light.  Of course you can always use Photoshop and Lightroom to make the lighting 10 times better in the image.  Here are some of the tree photos that are on my site for purchase at  You can find them in the tree category that I created.

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