Greyscale photograph of lightning made from the deck of loft 8 Country Club Lofts.
One of my favorite places from which to photograph the Milky Way is at the Point of Lands. Magic.
I made this photograph of lightning over downtown Albuquerque from loft 10 at Country Club Lofts. Twenty second time exposure.
I had paused in an afternoon to practicing photographing birds in flight at Tingley Beach when I noticed someone throwing bread into the pond. I didn’t like to see food being thrown into the pond, rather than spread on the bank, but I did pike seeing the raucous display of color.
This is my pick for the gym.
An adult snow goose lands to spend an afternoon eating corn at the Bosque.
This photograph as made from the deck of loft 8 at Country Club Lofts.
Sandhill cranes live in family units, on the ground and in the air. Here a family prepares for takeoff in the morning to fly from their overnight in a pond to nearby cornfields. This leaning forwards alerts photographers to prepare for birds in flight.
Sandhill cranes have been around for about ten million years. I made this photograph of the birds coming from the marsh forest into the light to symbolize the species emerging from the past.