Tag Archives: Nature

Travel 6: Amazon River, Brazil

Once we left the Atlantic behind, we spent 3 days making our way to Manaus in the central Amazonas. We stopped in the port cities of Santarém and Parintins to take smaller boats into the narrow channels feeding the river. A wide variety of birds, iguanas and pink river dolphins greeted us daily along the […]

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Favorite Fotos│A 2015 Wrap-Up

Wow, is it really that time of year again? As we all look back on what was and wasn’t in 2015, I head to my archive to examine the year’s worth of work. Looking back at a year’s worth of work can be a lot of fun or really intimidating. Either way it’s definitely a necessary […]

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New Work│Somerset Woods Trustees

Last summer I began a project with Somerset Woods Trustees, a land conservation non-profit, in central Maine. It involved creating a still image library of their protected properties and an informational video to use in their future marketing campaigns. I recently completed the video component and wanted to share it with you. Producing video for the […]

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~ Photo of the Week ~ 49 + 50

 

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Adventures in Birdland

Chincoteague National Wildlife Refuge on Virginia’s eastern shore is a very special little place. It’s part of the larger Assateague National Seashore and features approximately 14,000 acres of beautiful beaches, marshlands and forests. You can see a lot in a day, though I would recommend spending several days quietly exploring all the park has to […]

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