What a month. I am a lucky guy. I have no idea what in the world I did to deserve the honor, thrill and privilege that I received this month. I got to do something most serious photographers only dream of. I got paid to spend ALL of my time doing exactly what I love, in a place I respect, with people I enjoy and subjects I revere.
I had more spare time this year as a result of finishing my work at Skylum, so I decided to drive to Socorro, NM from my home in the Seattle area. I drove the “work truck,” that is, my 2019 RAM Rebel which I have converted into my photo mobile.
This was why I came to Bosque del Apache. The birds. Tens of thousands of them. Particularly sandhill cranes and snow geese. They leapt into the sky, wave upon wave. Driven by instinct and almost as if on cue, they made their departure northward for the farm fields that provide them with their sustenance.
I had so much demand for my first session of the 2019 Bosque del Apache Photo Tour that […]
I am super happy to report that November, 2018 presented some of the best photography opportunities I’ve seen at Bosque del Apache, National Wildlife Refuge in the last decade. Because my schedule for 2019 has freed up and because I got such great stuff last year (teaching at the Festival of the Cranes) I have decided to renew my annual Bosque photo tour.