American Crow, photo by M. Hoffman. Click for larger image.
I publish a blog on my photography website, SongbirdPhoto.com. It’s a way to promote and disseminate my work and to help others connect with nature. I usually cross-post a synopsis to Facebook and might post a photo now and then to Pinterest.
Here’s a blog about crows:
“Seattle is a city of crows. And they have a nasty reputation. Folks here know them as picnic terrorists, garden plunderers, and (on garbage-collection days) maniacal strewers of trash. Read more →
Male Purple-Throated Hummingbird. Click to view a larger, uncropped version.
My interest in photographing nature has taken me from the waterways of western Washington (where I frequently kayak) to the high cloud forests of Costa Rica.
This is the male Purple-throated Mountain Gem, one of over 50 species of hummingbirds found in Costa Rica. This shot was taken with the Canon 5D Mark II Digital SLR, a 100-400mm zoom lens, and flash.Read more →
I created this slideshow while visiting Santa Elena, Costa Rica. I wanted to add a music soundtrack, but had no instruments with me. All I could find in town was an m’bira (thumb piano) made from a coconut shell.Read more →
Here’s my design for a 4×6″ postcard announcing a show of my nature photography (see it larger)
There’s something indisputably eye-catching about a wild animal turning to look at you. It’s a shot I’m always looking for—in this case, the animal was a Red-tailed Hawk, our most common hawk in the Northwest but one whose intensity never feels commonplace.Read more →
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