Limited Wildlife Images
If you’ve had the opportunity to review my web site and image gallery extensively, you’ve noticed limited wildlife images.
Enjoy Watching Wildlife
I enjoy watching wildlife, including the deer, turkeys and many song birds right out my office window. Although I may take images of these wild animals through a make-shift “door blind” during the winter I am not captivated by wildlife from a photographic pursuit.
Landscape Captivate My Attention
Rather, what captivates my attention are the landscapes of this earth and the natural beauty that lives upon it. My tag line sums this up quite accurately, ” Fine Art Landscape Photography”.
I like to quote the line from John Denver’s “Wild Montana Skies” “giving a voice … to the land that we live on”, which probably best summarizes my purpose for my photography.
Capturing the Landscape’s Story
I’m dedicated to landscape photography, driven by the passion to, and association with, the natural surroundings, striving to produce the highest quality, natural color, fine art print for your home or office.
When I set out on each photographic endeavor, the goal is to capture the landscape as I see it, as I hear it. What is the story that the landcape is telling me.
Sometimes the images present themselves. Other times, I’ve simply gone for a hike with backpack full of camera equipment.
While honoring the image, I then add my artistic vision during the development and processing phase of image creation.
Wildlife that Wanders By
The few animal images I do capture are a result not of any particular skill I possess. Rather, the wildlife pretty much wandered into an area I was photographing, and then typically photographed relative to their surrounding landscape.
Patience – I don’t have!
When it comes to wildlife, I’d rather watch than photograph them. It takes patience, which I don’t have!