This post tracks my favorite ice cream cone looking fungus. Here’s the original photo from September 18th. I featured it in a recent blog. October 1, 2016 I was delighted to discover my favorite fungus was still there – undisturbed. … Continue reading Fungus Revisited
I figured out long ago I am happiest far away from crowds. Amusement parks, while fun, are stressful, noisy places with too many people. Give me a secluded place with mushrooms and moss to photograph and I am in my … Continue reading Mushroom Land!
A recent trip to the greatest place in the DFW Metroplex (the LBJ Grasslands), yielded some interesting discoveries. I have displayed them beginning with the least exciting to the most fascinating (and my proudest). I was walking through a shaded part … Continue reading I like to pretend I’m a naturalist with my camera
Every state park has something fascinating to discover. You just have to go with an open mind and pay attention to details. This blog focuses on a recent trip to Purtis Creek State Park. While I’m familiar with burl … Continue reading Outdoor Discoveries
After downloading over 400 photos from my Saturday adventure, I concluded I am a photography hack. I didn’t like my photos. The circumstances were ideal: perfect lighting, a steady tripod, my good lens and even my nerdy photography vest. But the … Continue reading I thought I was a photography hack.
Taking photos at clever angles can be deceiving and can offer interesting perspective. I was standing at the bottom of a boulder when I took this photo at Eisenhower State Park. The boulder wasn’t that huge but from the photo … Continue reading A Fresh Perspective of Eisenhower State Park