Devils Bridge Wetland, Oamaru, Waitaki. New Zealand. This follows on from my first post... Devils Bridge Wetland. Photos taken by Nigel. Click on any photo to enlarge Further information (links) Devils Bridge Wetland - Tourism Waitaki Devils Bridge Wetland - Otago Regional Council Text by Liz, photos by Nigel; Exploring Colour (2020)
I haven't quite finished Oamaru... although I've shared all my photos there's a lovely set taken by Nigel to share with y'all! On the Friday afternoon, 24 July, there came a time when Nigel finished his appointments and I suggested we go for a drive into the country - a random drive with no prior... Continue Reading →
Another stop in The Catlins with our friends.. the Tautuku Estuary boardwalk is always good for a visit. You can walk far out into the wetland on the boardwalk with great views over the endemic oioi or Apodasmia similis (or Jointed Wire Rush). Its a short drive down the gravel road to the carpark, then... Continue Reading →
This is a reblog, in its entirety, of "Lens-Artists Photo Challenge: Wonder" by Tina Schell of Travels and Trifles. Tina posted this wonderful discussion about black and white photography on her blog 08 July, 2018.
The reality of the natural world is that some creatures eat other creatures to survive. Nature photographers spend a lot of time outside and sometimes capture dramatic moments in the struggle for survival. Their photos and stories may shock us but we can learn so much from these encounters - animals seem capable of much... Continue Reading →
As part of her series Liz asked if we could write about our challenges when finding beauty. As wildlife/nature photographers our search for beauty takes us to places off the beaten path and often we are the only humans in view. Our ‘studio’ is in the marshes and swamps of the Lowcountry in South Carolina,... Continue Reading →
Ted Jennings (South Carolina Lowcountry, USA) posted this photo of an alligator on a platform this morning. To see what I'm talking about in this post you need to click on this link to see his large-size version of the photo. Then click again to activate the 'magnifying-glass' to get maximum detail. When I looked... Continue Reading →