Monthly Archives: January 2011

Snow Coach

Here’s our snow coach. They move at a warp speed of about 18 mph but can go through the back country where nothing but snow mobiles can get through on roads that are closed all winter. We were on it … Continue reading

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Check Out Those Lenses!

Here’s some of the camera equipment that Chuck and I are using. This was one of the three days that we have gone into the park in a Suburban with 4-wheel drive. We shoot out of the window, climbing over … Continue reading

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More From Yellowstone!

Here I am photographing two bald eagles with a 500mm f4 lens with no tripod – generally a “no-no” in pro photography!! I used my knees as a support and got some great photos. It was two degrees below zero … Continue reading

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On To Yellowstone!

The next adventure has begun! My brother and I are waiting at the Bozeman, Montana airport for our ride. We are here for a week to photograph wildlife in Yellowstone with a professional wildlife photographer, Juan Pons. They predicted that … Continue reading

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Fred’s Question

Fred Noseworthy would like to pose the following question: “Do cat’s eyes track or do they stay centered when looking at things? My idea for a humorous painting is predicated on them remaining stationary. I don’t have a cat so … Continue reading

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Pencil Drawings

My first love has always been pencil. I guess that’s why pastels work so well for me…they’re just a natural evolution from pencil. Here are a few…just because I still treat myself to a pencil drawing session once in a … Continue reading

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