We do not have natural grown conifers, like spruces or firs, in our woods, but we have our 2018 Christmas tree in the front yard and it makes a perfect hideaway for the Dark-eyed Juncos, finches, or sparrows.
Apropos storytelling, next Sunday I do my slideshow “Storytelling in Wildlife Photography” again. The “Friends of the Mines of Spain” have invited me to be the presenter at their Sunday program next weekend. If you missed the first one last November, or if you live in or around the Tri-State area of Dubuque, Iowa, please mark your calendar and join me for this presentation.
Sunday, February 24, 2019, at 1:00 PM
STORYTELLING IN WILDLIFE PHOTOGRAPHY
E.B. Lyons Interpretive Center,
Mines of Spain Recreation Area
8991 Bellevue Heights
My presentation will touch the questions below, and hey, we can discuss your ideas and thoughts as well afterwards.
How to start with wildlife photography, even with a small camera and lens?
What are good locations for wildlife shooting in and around the Mississippi Valley?
How to become better storytellers with our photos?
How about safety and ethics?
The program is free and I would be happy to see you.