Category Archive for 'Photography'

at the post office

Saturday, April 12th, 2008

Animal Tracks and Signs by Jinny Johnson National Geographic, 2008. Yesterday, I picked up a package that had arrived at the local post office. It was an advance copy of Animal Tracks and Signs, which is due out in August 2008. Several of my photographs are scattered among the many other photos and illustrations throughout […]

wave junkies

Sunday, November 18th, 2007

~ more notes and photos from my October trip to Oregon and California ~ There’s no doubt about it — my friend and I are a couple of wave junkies. No matter where we were along the coast, we spent many hours perched on high look-offs, or clambering about on rocky outcrops searching for the […]


Monday, November 12th, 2007

As photographers, my friend and I made it something of a ritual to be at the ocean at sunset on almost every evening while traveling along the California and Oregon coast. We photographed the shores and oceans in all kinds of weather and beneath many different skies. These are just a couple of my photographs […]

The Apple – a History of Canada’s Perfect Fruit

Saturday, November 10th, 2007

insect photography 101

Friday, September 28th, 2007

Earlier this summer, Pablo from Roundrock Journal suggested that I write about insect photography sometime. I had planned to do so, but as so often happens, the good intention drifted off and got lost among everyday events. I’ll try to remedy that situation in this and (hopefully) several subsequent posts. I thought it might be […]

nature’s architect

Thursday, September 6th, 2007

This morning, I spent some time searching for funnel webs in the garden. I soon came upon this beautiful construct among the rhubarb leaves. It seems that the spider decided to take advantage of a hollow seed stem that I had cut away earlier this summer. I can’t help but think of how such spiders […]

my latest discovery

Thursday, June 21st, 2007

Late yesterday afternoon, I found something new to me here at the farm — a pair of Delicate Cycnia Moths (Cycnia tenera) resting together on the underside of a Common Milkweed leaf in the midst of some Meadowsweet brush next to the woods. I’ve never seen these moths around the farm before, so that alone […]