Category Archives: landscapes

Readers’ wildlife photos

Today we have a potpourri from several readers. Their captions are indented. First, a photo from Kristin Wells (click to enlarge): The picture attached was taken this month at  Bear Lake in Rocky Mountain National Park in Colorado. Reader Cate found a debilitated baby squirrel (probably dehydrated) and wrote me asking what to do with it […]

Readers’ wildlife photos

We have landscapes and “street nature photos” as wildlife today, and the photographer is James Blilie. His notes and captions are indented: Here are some landscape photos for your consideration. First, some old ones, from my film days.  I shot nothing but Kodachrome 64 and Kodak Tri-X Pan black and white film for many years.  […]

Readers’ wildlife photos

Send in your “wildlife” photos, please, and remember that “wildlife” includes landscapes and “street photography.” All I ask is that the photos be of high quality. Thanks—and thanks to the many readers whose contributions have kept this feature going for years. Today, as fall has apparently arrived for good, we have some fall photos from […]

Readers’ wildlife photos

We have some lovely black and white landscape photos today courtesy of reader Bill Zorn. His captions are indented. Here are a few landscapes. I made these photographs with a Linhof Master Technika 2000 camera, a variety of Kodak 4×5” films, which I processed and printed on Ilford paper using Ansel Adam’s technique. Great Wall […]

Readers’ wildlife photos

Today’s photos come from reader Chris Taylor, and show a panoply of Australian wildlife. His notes and IDs are indented. Yourka is a Bush Heritage Australia reserve in the Einasleigh Uplands bioregion in Far North Queensland, not far from Cairns. Its 43,500 Ha covers the region from the Wet Tropics of Queensland World Heritage Site […]

Readers’ wildlife photos

Again I ask you to send in your wildlife photos, as there’s always an aching need for them. Today’s photos are of landscapes, all taken by reader Mark Jones from Old Blighty. I’ve indented his notes: In the absence of any insect or animal photos I’m sending you some English Landscapes. The first three are […]

Readers’ wildlife photos

According to our new policy, both landscapes and photos of people count as “wildlife.” That’s good because it enables me to post some lovely photos. This batch comes from Joe Routon, and the subject is arches. I’m always excited when I find a scene with an arch—it reminds me of a doorway to something beyond. […]

Readers’ wildlife photos

Thanks to the several readers who responded to my plea for wildlife photos. I now have at least a week’s worth. One of the kind respondents was Stephen Barnard, who hasn’t been here for a while. He sent a batch of lovely photos, and I’ve indented his notes below. A few “wildlife” photos for you […]

Readers’ wildlife photos

We have a seriously low gas tank in the photo juggernaut, so please send in your good wildlife photos.  We’ve already almost done away with the “photos of readers” feature due to a lack of participation, and I’d hate to ditch this feature, too. Fortunately, Joe Routon sent some photos of H. sapiens and their […]

Readers’ wildlife photos

Today is a day for odds and ends: those photos that came in singletons or doubletons.  All readers’ captions are indented: First, a mystery organism from Bryan Lepore: I submit an entry for Reader’s Wildlife Photos. It appears beautifully life-like, however I am puzzled. I need to read and also hopefully observe this object again. […]