Category Archives: Fungi

My Top 5 for 2011

  This is a quick overview of my 5 favorite pictures for 2011 – with a big qualification: I have a large backlog of pictures from 2011 yet to be processed, reviewed, culled, tagged, filed, etc. So, this is actually just my top 5 of the ones I’ve gone through, so far. There’s a good […]

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Posted Pictures, So Far

. Here’s an overview of the pictures I’ve shown on Naturography, so far. There will be many more coming, of course – so I’ll update the slideshow, now and then. Like most of the pictures I show on Naturography, these pictures are available as fine art prints, and also available to license as rights managed […]

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How To Isolate Subjects, Part 2

[Editorial Note: This is the second part of a series which started here, showing methods of isolating photography subjects.] In the picture of the garlic mushrooms growing on a tanoak leaf, above, I isolated the subject from the background by photographing the subject lit up against a comparatively dark background. In this case, I did […]

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Winter Woods Wonders

Winter has come here to coastal California. The skies are often overcast, and frequently rainy. Everything is cool, damp, and  muddy. Most animals aren’t yet rutting, and they don’t yet have new babies. Most of the migratory birds have flown away. The colorful Autumn leaves have mostly fallen from the trees. Flowers are few and […]

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