Notes from the Field #2
The Leighton Photography & Imaging Monthly Newsletter
Better late than never (3 days late), here is my second newsletter for everything that is Leighton Photography & Imaging, North American Nature Photography and Florida Nature Photography. About every four years I take a bit of a hiatus where I don't get much done except losing my mind during the World Cup. This was then followed by family in town which accounts for a rather slow July regarding camera time. Any free time afterward was spent working as a Master Naturalist for the City of Bellevue, WA where I volunteer my time and abilities (and camera) in the role as an educator, assistant and oftentimes trail maintenance worker.
That said, while I only managed to squeeze out one post on a very unusual Pacific Northwest cactus with several photos I found quite by accident while looking for rattlesnakes and desert birds (see below), this month is going to be jam-packed with photography. I will be in Aspen, Colorado next week shooting a beautiful outdoor wedding with longtime good friend and fantastic photographer Bill Metek, then I'll be spending some time shooting in Utah's Moab Desert and possibly Southern Idaho.
I have a long waiting list of new photos and posts that are just waiting to be written and posted, so if there is something you would really like to see sooner than later, please let me know and I'll make it a priority!