Earlier this week my cat was walking along outside the house when something caught his attention so he trotted over to have a look. It was an echidna, an actual wild echidna.
It foraged around a bit, getting closer and closer to where we were standing, then it settled next to the jasmine...
These were taken at the Lovell Quinta Arboretum in Cheshire. We (wife & I) took the chance to meet our son outdoors before he goes into the Johnson lockdown for Manchester and has to virtually hibernate until all this unpleasantness goes away. I just hope that there is an official Christmas...
In honor of our baby Tasha, I want to share some images of her through the years. I guess I've always photographed our fur babies, even way back when I was using P&S cameras.
Tasha was a fun cat. She used to play fetch with us when she was young. We would throw one of those small cushy kitty...
The theme of my early morning devotional last Wednesday was "patient endurance." I remember thinking: "doesn't sound like fun to me."
At noon, coming back from a doctor's appointment, the better half says, "better check your messages." There is a call from an editor at The Conservationist...
I'm still experimenting with capturing bees this year. Here are a few with the Fuji Xpro-2 and 50-230/4.5-6.7 OIS II
RAW processed in Capture One 20
My Kodak Panatomic-X film simulation SOOC
my favorite is the first image with it's eyes closed. taken a few weeks ago at a local refuge. since then the refuge has decided to round up all of the foxes and move them. turns out visitors were feeding the foxes, which unfortunately makes sense to me considering how close i was able to get...
Not quite nature but they are animals. We have kept fish on and off for over 50 years and recently decided to reinstall this 25-year-old 60L octagonal tank. I have been running it for a month empty of fish to establish the nitrogen cycle and allow beneficial bacteria to colonise. Been testing...