Spotted Towhee happily perched upon a beautiful lichen covered branch. Photographed on a foggy morning near Point Reyes CA. Click on image for larger version.
Using a standard Holga 120 pinhole camera I got some unique pinhole style lens(less) flare while photographing this cottonwood tree one afternoon. A happy accident.
Taken at a local park where bulldozers were pushing over dead trees that I normally see Kestrels perched in. Dead trees provide habitat for numerous living organisms, including fungi, mosses, lichens, invertebrates, birds, mammals, reptiles, and amphibians.
Pinhole photo of a great looking cottonwood tree taken on a windy afternoon walk.
Pinhole photo taken at a local park in the middle of the city. If you get down low in the grass and get the right perspective you actually feel out on the grasslands. Perspective is everything.
He’s not crazy…actually kinda cute.
This is a pinhole photograph taken at a local park of a hole in one of my favorite trees. For me a hole in a tree precisely expresses the essence of nature.