Photographing everyday nature provides a lot of subject matter


posted on 10th of august, 2008

Most photographers, I assume, attempt to go to the most exotic or spectacular places to photograph scenic landscapes and breathtaking vistas. But there are plenty of interesting things right in your back yard, (or front yard or field behind your house or woods across town.) Within 25 miles of my house, there are hundreds of places to explore, all on public lands. While at first glance it might seem mundane, a closer look will usually reveal surprises never before realized, like the unusual Onion-head eriogonum wildflower pictured here that I found out in the scrublands east of town.

With a little exploration and investigation, you will be amazed at the variety and diversity of wildlife you'll find worth photographing: Unusual bugs, wildflowers and vegetation, plants and animals,...

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Comments (1)

Posted by Sophiesourit on August 12, 2008
yes it is nice and your description of acting so ...peaceful...



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