• Kip’s Comments 1-22-22

      Want Not, Waste Not The longer I shoot outdoor and wildlife photographs, the more efficient my “observation eye” is becoming. Irregularities I may have overlooked in the past now stick out as if the “subjects” were painted in a vivid, bright orange or neon safety green color. By shooting pictures on a daily basis, …

  • Kip’s Comments 1-21-22

      Deserved Duplication Pardon my repeating myself from yesterday’s post, but when I checked on the bald eagle I photographed yesterday, I found it in the same area, just in a different pose. Today’s posture is definitely different, higher in the tree and looking over its left shoulder. If I have to choose between yesterday’s …

  • Kip’s Comments 1-20-22

      Respect by Their Nature As expected, today’s cold weather has proven to be challenging for men, women, machines, and the wildlife we call “ours.” While we can put more clothes on and plug our vehicles in, wildlife has few options other than to make sure their internal boilers are well stoked, in other words …

  • Kip’s Comments 1-19-22

      A Matter of Perspective A friend of mine frequently posts interesting comments on Facebook. From what I can tell he is forwarding other folks’ posts, but that he shares them tells me he reads them and appreciates their meanings. Most of the time I can connect with what Chris is sharing. This one hit …