Nature, North Carolina, photography, wildlife

Earth Day 2019: where my local wildlife lives

A photo essay featuring North Carolina wildlife alongside their polluted habitats, in the hope it will inspire positive change. Bolin Creek at Franklin Street, Chapel Hill, NC   Jordan Lake, Apex, NC Haw River at Bynum, NC Little Creek at Meadowmont, Chapel Hill, NC Bolin Creek at Franklin Street, Chapel Hill, NC   Bolin Creek… Continue reading Earth Day 2019: where my local wildlife lives

photography

Exclusive: NatGeo’s Yellowstone Live presents years old documentary footage as live

National Geographic Channel presents footage published 3 years ago as being from animals they filmed this week during the broadcast, Yellowstone Live.   As a wildlife photographer, I abide by a few simple rules: 1) Respect the wildlife. 2) Get the shot honestly and ethically. 3) Present an image in the post-edit as close to how… Continue reading Exclusive: NatGeo’s Yellowstone Live presents years old documentary footage as live

Action, Change, Nature, North Carolina

Carolina Trashed

The modern marker of disenfranchisement has become...littering by nature lovers? I take wildlife photos, so I do quite a bit of hiking around local rivers and lakes.  I've always packed a trash bag in my photo bag to wrap gear in case of rain.  At some point, I found myself starting to use the bag… Continue reading Carolina Trashed