Images of Nature - Instruction - Workshops
Views of Nature Photography
Ethics and Wildlife Photography
Creepy Crawlies! In the Fall of 2019 we ventured to southern Colorado to see and photograph the annual "migration" of Oklahoma brown tarantula spiders. We found and photographed several. Click on this link Tarantulas to read about the adventure and see some of our images.
Our bat images are available for licensing now on the Bat Conservation International website: https://www.batcon.org/resources/media-education/photocollection
Member of the North American Nature Photography Association, the Photographic Society of America and Nature First
Colorado Parks and Wildlife Roundtable
Click here to go to the information page on the Wildlife and Habitat Roundtable.
We've updated Photo Lessons. Click on the link on the right navigation panel or on Lessons to find out more and to access these new tools.
Views of Nature Photography is pleased to have you visit our site. We offer a variety of images and services for you to peruse. Our "focus" has always been to approach outdoor photography and photography education with conservation of our planet and its resources in the forefront. Please take a few minutes and look through our site.
Finding things - How to Navigate our Website
We've have structured our website for ease of use. From the buttons on the upper left or the links below you can:
1) Learn more About Us.
2) View our images and read about our travels using the Portfolio tab. From there (or here) you can decide to see travels using the Places link, and wildlife from Birds, Mammals, or Reptiles. Links to other image galleries are on the Portfolio page as well.
3) Peruse our Field Workshops and eBooks by navigating to The Store.
4) Learn about our travel programs, classes and courses from our Course Catalog.
5) Get an idea of what we are doing from the What's Going On tab.
6) Check out Links to see our recommended web resources.
Over the years we've written many articles on Photography and Image Management. See the Digital Corner to link to some of them. These pages are updated regularly so check back periodically.
COVID- 19 SAFETY: In today's Pandemic situation we have curtailed our in-person workshops, classes and presentations. We hope that 2021 brings us vaccines and a return to near normal, where we can once again do the things we love without fear. In the mean time we are increasing our online and virtual offerings. See the Online section just below for information and links.
Online Programs and Courses
We have converted many of our courses and programs to an online -virtual- mode to allow our clients to experience our offerings from the comfort and safety of their home. Click Online to see our offerings.
All photographs on this site are copyrighted by the photographers and carry liability if copied, downloaded, reproduced or manipulated in any way without prior consent.
In today's highly charged environment we often may be distracted by the 24 news cycle. While politics, climate change, fracking, social problems and the like deserve our attention and action, let's not forget that we can make a difference, if only a small one. Our attention to common sense while in the field can make a positive impact on the environment and serve as an example to others.
To further our commitment to ethical practices, we have added a page to our website that addresses those areas we feel are important. Please navigate to Ethics and Wildlife Photography.