If it is wild to your own heart. Protect it. Preserve it. Love it. And fight for it. Rick Bass
By: calpoppy, 2:11 PM GMT on January 03, 2017
Living where I do and not being fenced, plus feeding birds leads to many predators coming through our property. Hawks, falcons, yotes and roadrunners.
On a wet day a couple of weeks ago I was able to photograph the male coyote and have been having a daily roadrunner so lots of photos of him. And for one brief moment I had both together.
All fluffed up from the...
By: calpoppy, 2:53 PM GMT on December 09, 2016
During my trip to visit my son and his family we went to Edenton, NC twice. Once my son and I went by ourselves to scout out locations for a family portrait shoot and then for the family portraits.
Across the river that goes into the Albemarle Sound.
The house in this photo belonged to a famous lady, the first woman to organize a successful boycott by women of tea and cloth from England p...
By: calpoppy, 2:24 PM GMT on November 15, 2016
I always get a window seat when flying. Even though it is not as comfortable as the aisle seat is, as the middle passenger seems to take over and I end up with my side being jabbed for 3 hours by their elbow, LOL! But I love to see the earth from above. This time on the way back the sun was not on my side of the plane so the photos came out pretty cool!
Early morning flight out of Norfolk, Va.
By: calpoppy, 2:16 PM GMT on October 26, 2016
The new naturalist group I belong to went out to the Mojave Narrows Regional Park. A fun hike through the sandy river bottom of the Mojave river. Not wet because most of the Mojave river is underground. Though there are two lakes here and some ponds from the river. The leader put out a informative newsletter on the plants, birds and animals that are here at the Narrows. Plus she put 'This group i...
Updated: 2:19 PM GMT on October 26, 2016
By: calpoppy, 1:43 PM GMT on September 29, 2016
I have always enjoyed watching birds and other critters, but when I got into photography I wanted to be able to get good shots of the birds that come onto our property. So here are some ideas that you can do to get the best look and the best photos of birds without leaving your property!
Look around your property to find the ideal placement for your feeder/feeders. They should be placed where you can pho...
Updated: 1:45 PM GMT on September 29, 2016