Monday, November 9, 2015

Dallas Capture - Shot of the Day

As many of you are aware, I post many of my nature/wildlife images onto various other photography sites as a means of not only to market my work, but to also solicit feedback from those who see it. Recently, I stumbled upon a local site called "Capture Dallas" of which showcases the photography of local talent here in Texas, and I must say, I am enjoying it quite a lot probably because it has a much more tight knit group of people , who genuinely love photography.

All images posted must have been taken in the Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas area, but for those from Texas, you know that area covers a huge territory that would equal the size of some small countries... after all, everything is bigger in Texas as the saying goes:)

Anyways, I was humbled this morning to find out that another one of my posted images was awarded the "Picture of the Day", and for that I am extremely grateful and humbled by those who selected it, and I thank you very much.

Picture of the Day - Nov 9, 2015

Bath Time

Monday, October 26, 2015

Yellowstone Elk

Seeing wildlife in nature, especially in a place like Yellowstone National Park can truly change your perspective on the world and the needed role we all play to preserve the world's wild spaces so that all creatures of all sizes can coexist with man-kind. In Yellowstone, animals that have been eradicated in much of the lower 48 states still call this their home, and for now at least it remains an oasis where they can hopefully thrive for the next 1000 years.

Below are some images of the majestic Yellowstone Elk taken during a visit there in 2011.

Tuesday, October 20, 2015


It is always good to be recognized. I received the "Photo of the Day" honor by "Capture Dallas" a website that depicts some of the best photographers in the Dallas area!!

Monday, October 19, 2015

Tuesday, October 13, 2015


Here are a few images I took of Mexican Free-tailed Bats streaming out of their darkened retreat upon my visit to the Bracken Cave near San Antonio Texas last month. To see such a mass exodus of hundreds of thousands of Bats is truly a once in a lifetime experience, and one I will not soon forget.

Tuesday, September 22, 2015

Monster Survival Guide - 1st Book Cover

Monster Survival Guide by Scholastic has finally been published!! My first book cover project is officially complete and I am proud to say it came out great!!


Friday, August 28, 2015

T-Shirt Vote Needed

Please vote for this cool T-Shirt design created by Deanna Stewart (my daughter), inspired by one of my wildlife images of a Great Blue heron casting a silhouette against a brilliant moon.

Great Blue Moon, a cool t-shirt designMoon Heron

Monday, August 17, 2015

Bracken BAT CAVE

Heading down to the Bracken Bat Cave this week to see not only the biggest Bat colony of Earth, but also "The largest mammal concentration on Planet Earth with over 35 million Bats living here.

Wish me luck in getting some great shots, and check out this cool video to learn more about the Bracken Bat Cave in Texas.

Tuesday, July 21, 2015

Great Egret in Flight

Here is a flashback image I took way back in 2004 of an absolutely beautiful Great Egret in flight that was taken with my first "true" digital camera, a Nikon D100. Although the quality is not as crisp and clear as I can produce today with my current equipment, I have always had a fondness for this shot, and with the help of modern editing software, I have been able to remove most of the noise of which originally accompanied this, and now it is closer to the moment I saw than ever.

I know it is no "Mona Lisa" but it is a shot I would like to include within my first book of which I am working on at present:)

 Great Egret In Flight

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Tuesday, July 7, 2015

National Geographic Profile

For those not aware, I maintain a profile page on National Geographic Magazine Online. If you get a chance, check it out and like some of your favorite images if you are so inclined to do so. Nat Geo is a good way for me to get increased exposure across the globe, and in turn I learn a lot by seeing some of the most amazing images ever produced. Thanks everyone from the great state of Texas, USA!!