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Eyes

You look across the floor of a crowded party, and see someone. Suddenly they look back and your eyes meet, and you feel that connection....

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Palo Alto Baylands Big Sit report: 42 species

[[Corrections: The female Bullock's Oriole I noted below is in fact a female Hooded Oriole. I made a silly assumption due to proximity to the male Bullock's and didn't validate my sighting against a guide later. My bad. That makes the day's species count 42, also....

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The 2018 Twelve Days of Photos: Tufted Puffin

Welcome to my 2018 Twelve Days of Photos, where I look at one of the images I chose to include in my best of year selection and talk a bit about it. To see the entire list of images I chose and learn more about my year in photography, please check out my 2018 Best...

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Photo Friday: Turkey Vulture

In the U.S. it's the Thanksgiving holiday, and so today's picture is of... A Turkey Vulture, because I need better photos of the wild turkeys around this place. If you celebrate the holiday, I hope the food was good and the people you had the food with were fun and...

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Susan Collage

This is different from my usual work, but at the time this is being posted, I'm in southern california for my sister's internment and final services. For the services, as the owner of the family photography archives since dad died, I put together a poster to be on...

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Photo Friday: Sandhill Cranes Dancing

It's November, and to me, that means the opening of the winter season for the wildlife refuges here in California. The winter migrants are in progress of arriving, and by this time, most of the Sandhill Cranes are here as well as some of the geese and ducks that...

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Photo Friday: Firehole Spring

I've been meaning to reboot posting a weekly photo out of the portfolio and discuss the image and the story behind it. I'm starting with this image because it has been the most popular image I've published to date by a wide margin. This photo came out of a trip to...

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