Category Archives: readers’ photographs

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

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

Today the wildlife comes from reader Bill Zorn, who sent photos of Homo sapiens in Tibet, a place I once visited (but only Lhasa and its environs). Bill’s captions are indented. Almost all of my photos are landscapes, but here are a few portraits. I lived in Beijing for several years and did a project […]

Readers’ wildlife photos

Today’s lovely photos of spiders come from regular Tony Eales of Queensland, and I’ve indented his comments and IDs. Please send in your good wildlife photos, as the tank is getting lower. . . Spring is in the air and I’m hoping to get out and find some interesting species of peacock jumping spiders this […]

Readers’ photos

Remember that I will consider photos of nearly every subject, so long as they’re good. I count everything on the planet as “honorary wildlife.” The wildlife in this post are specimens of Homo sapiens, again photographed by Joe Routon. His notes are indented: When I carry my camera, I’m always looking for something that’s beautiful. […]

Reader’s photos

We’re now accepting photos that aren’t of wildlife, but simply specimens of good photography (note emphasis on “good”). If you have some nice photos, send them in, though of course they will be vetted. Today’s photos, which feature light, come from reader Dave, and I’ve indented his captions. Dave’s website is here. My primary subject-matter […]