I have just returned from a trip to Sri Lanka. The photo opportunities were endless and the people so photogenic. I had hoped to stay longer, but life is always calling me to move on to the next adventure. Later this year, after the rainy season has ended,
I will be headed for northern Laos.
This past weekend I was in Pasco photographing the Northwest Alpaca Showcase. This is two 10 hours days shooting (not literally) alpacas and their owners. This is as very photography-aware crowd. They are used to having their pictures taken and can be very
picky. This becomes a balancing act for the photographer. Do you show only your best work or do you show everything except your very worst...
I am photographing an alpaca show on April 2-3 and have lost my assistant. Anyone interested. The event is in Ridgefield, WA at the Clark County Event Center.
Be a great chance to get some OJT.
Winter is the season for heading to Skagit County and photographing bald eagles. If you go to the right places you can see 20-30 eagles in the air or in trees at any given time. A couple weekends ago I took my annual trip to the Samish Unit of the Skagit
Wildlife Area and the eagles were thick in the air. At one point I counted 50 or more within a couple hundred yards.