Part 3: Newborn Puppy Photography

Newborn Puppy Photography Newborn infant photography is very popular, and the concept is the same for newborn puppies. At this age the pups are very accepting to being posed. Taking photographs of the pups was my summer project and I’m a Read More …

How to do Photograph Flowers, My Favorite Spring Hobby

Tips on Photographing Flowers Spring has finally arrived and I was able to pick daffodils and tulips for my dining room table. That means my camera comes out of it’s winter hibernation and I get into my flower photography again. I’m not Read More …

Celebrating Independence Day in Small Town America

Across the United States millions of Americans are celebrating Independence Day with parades, picnics, barbecues and fireworks. The town of Murdock Nebraska is no different. However, our story is a little unique because you see it is a village of Read More …

Am I a Professional Photographer?

What Do I Need To Be a Professional Photographer? I love photography and I always seem to have a camera with me. But what is a professional photographer and can I call myself a professional? The answer is no. Even Read More …

Face to Face with a Charolais Bull

You don’t see Charolais cattle very often, but when you do, they are impressive. Most beef breeds are crossed with Angus for that desirable black color. On my recent trip to Western Nebraska a Charolais bull got into my father in laws Read More …

Spring Has Sprung

Spring has sprung in Nebraska, and I am a happy camper! After a long winter in Nebraska I am more than ready for Spring and it can’t come fast enough. My daffodils are blooming, the buds on the trees are Read More …

Silent Sunday #27: Cream Soda

Time for Silent Sunday, the day when photos speak for themselves, no explanation. add your comment as what this photo means to you, what memories does it bring back? Read More …