Wednesday, April 22, 2009

Happy Earth Day

Snow Geese - Bosque del Apache NWR, NM
Celebrate Earth Day by donating to an environmental organization of your choice. Don't know which one to choose? Here's a couple that I think are worthy of your support: Center for Biological Diversity, World Wildlife Fund, and National Resource Defense Council.
As some of you have noticed, I haven't posted regularly on my blog for some time. The reason, I've been busy.  Much of my time has been spent putting together a new website for my photo adventures using Adobe GoLive, which I also used for my online eGallery. The new website is filled with images made during workshops, both by me as well as by participants. There is a page where viewer's can add updates to my book, A Guide to Photographing Rocky Mountain Wildlife. A couple of locations in the book are not as active as when the book was initially published, plus there are numerous other locations, both within and outside the Rocky Mountains, where you - the viewer - can have your favorite wildlife location listed. In another section, I will be writing about wildlife and wildlife photography on a regular basis. I invite you to check out my new website and share your comments with me. Click here:  RockyMountainPhotoAdventures
While working on the new website, I also managed to conduct several photography workshops, put on PowerPoint presentations for three different camera clubs, and attend the annual North American Nature Photography (NANPA) Summit in Albuquerque, NM. 
I have also been invited to put on a program for the Nature Photographers of the Pacific Northwest (NPPNW) this coming November. I will be posting more about that as time draws closer and I have more details.
Last Saturday, I conducted my How to Sell Your Photos workshop in Estes Park, CO. However, due to a spring snowstorm, many who had signed up for the workshop were snowed-in and unable to attend. Therefore, I will be teaching a make-up workshop this coming Saturday, April 25.
I will be sending out our new eNewsletter within the next couple of weeks. Every issue contains special offers on workshops and wildlife photographs available only to subscribers. If you would like your name added to our list contact me at:
Please note:  I respect your privacy and will never release your email address to other individuals.

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