When I first started my 365 “Photo a Day” journey at the start of 2012, I was using a “point and click” camera.  At that time, I knew I had much to learn about lighting, composition, and editing.  There was no need to spend much on a camera, because I had plenty of growing room […]

When spring arrives, I find myself feverishly looking for nests to photograph, either with eggs or newly hatched birds.  So far this year, I’ve come up empty handed, but I did find this house finch egg while tearing down the rest of the old fence to repurpose the wood into the new one. On Today’s […]

While I’ve encountered skinks in the yard over the years, they’ve always been fast to scurry away once we made eye contact.  This northern prairie skink seemed to be craving the warm, spring sun as much as I was and lingered long enough for me to capture him on film.  I learned that the male […]

A few weeks ago, I traveled to Salina, Kansas, about two and a half hours west of Kansas City.  After about an hour on the fast, but boring, I-70, I exited onto the 56 mile long Native Stone Scenic  Byway through Shawnee and Wabaunsee Counties.  This “One Thing, Three Ways” post is of an old, […]