According to a new study by James A. Johnstone and Todd E. Dawson of the University of California, Berkeley, the redwood ecosystem of the US West Coast is increasingly drought stressed as the occurrence of summer fog has declined in the past century. The long term implications could be serious for the flora and fauna of an iconic ecosystem.
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One of Art’s hippo photographs is the new background image on bing.com.
These photos are from two extended walks that I lead our group on throughout the city of Hanoi. They are representational of a constant theme that I am teaching my travel companions – how to create intriguing compositions out of everyday life events. In this series of photographs you will see everything from the frantic traffic to the very quiet and peaceful details. Enjoy.
As promised here is the second installment of my iPhone images from Bangkok. I want to thank all of you who commented yesterday and also respond to many of you that were discussing the fact that it is not the camera, but the person operating the camera. I firmly believe that you as the photographer have the ability to create anything that you can visualize in your mind. Those who are taking my upcoming Creative Session Course will learn that the equipment is secondary and becomes only the means by which you put your vision in a form that others can appreciate. On Thursday, I am going to bring you a new how-to section entitled “Working Towards the Decisive Moment” in which I discuss how I achieved the final and strongest images in a series of shots. And then next Tuesday, we will be posting a video that highlights a completely new body of work from me.