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|Washington Nature Photography Book
Where, When and How
I am in the 3-year research phase of my new book. This is when I search out lots of potential photo locations from friends, acquaintances, internet sites, and other publications.
I visit each of these
locations at least once to see if they really are good photo locations.
If so, I take photographs and spend time exploring the location. I check
mileages, where the best viewpoints are, what time of day you can get the
best images, other tips to make your photography more successful, and other
site logistics. I also do further research on the internet to find interesting
facts and tips about the photo location, including what season is best.
I welcome any input you may have as to good locations to photograph any of the subjects listed below: birds, mammals, wildflowers, fall color, or scenics.
You can email me
I would also enjoy company on some of my photo research trips if you have some time to spare. I travel with a small A-frame tent trailer behind my Subaru. I usually leave the trailer in one place for a few days and explore from there.
If you want to visit me in the field,
Trees and Forests
Desert, Shrub Steppe, and Dunes
Mountain, Glaciers, and Alpine Lakes
Seascapes and Tidepools
Waterfalls, Rivers, and Wetlands
Birds of the Spring and Fall Migrations
Courting and Nesting Birds
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are thinking about taking my brief outline above and doing a similar book,
you probably should:
Where and When to See Nature in Washington State
(With special tips on good photo opportunities)
Links checked and updated on: April 29, 2002
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