Shooting Digital in Kenya and Tanzania

Shooting Digital in Kenya and Tanzania - Sandy Moniz
© Sandy Moniz
A trip to Africa for the average person can seem a dream come true or an adventure. Trips to Africa depending on what part of that United States you come from may add a bit to the air fare but not to the African Trip itself. As a single person it is sometimes a bit more expensive but when you weigh the experiences you find it is all worth it.

Last Updated (Wednesday, 09 September 2009 13:30)

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The “Grandest” Canyon Painted by Snow

© Todd Federico
One of the main reasons that I enjoy landscape and nature photography is that it is my time to reflect and savor the solitude. This can be a difficult task as one visits the popular photogenic sites and seeks to bring home some of those iconic images from the precious jewels across our country.  The obvious way to avoid crowds at our beautiful national parks is to visit in the off-season with respect to tourists.

Last Updated (Thursday, 05 November 2009 15:08)

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Chasing Fall

© Kate Silvia
Like many nature photographers, autumn is my favorite season to enjoy the outdoors and hopefully get some quality fall photos as well. As summer comes to a close and the days get shorter, I anxiously await those first few trees to display their glory. More and more, as the days pass, the landscape begins to dance with vibrant reds, yellows, and golds. However, it seems that no sooner do I get into my autumn groove than it’s all over. 

Last Updated (Thursday, 05 November 2009 15:46)

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Maine’s Intertidal World

© Linda DeStefano Brown, Field Contributor
Maine often conjures images of harsh indestructible cliffs bracing against vociferous waves: waves pressing ever forward along the rocks and exploding into a shroud of water.  But there is another Maine. A Maine of gentle bays and coves inhabited by small fishing villages.

Last Updated (Thursday, 04 March 2010 11:32)

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Bowing Before Entering Sacred Places

© Mari Omori, Field Contributor
Before beginning each hike, my mother puts her hands together at the trailhead, and prays for a fun, enjoyable, and safe hike for the family. She always states that we are just visitors, and kindly asks the mountains to let us pass through. She would then bow and begin the hike.

Last Updated (Thursday, 04 March 2010 13:19)

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