Monthly Archives: February 2013

Spring Wildflowers

by Bob Grytten Dwarf Crested Iris –  In the book, Wildflowers of the Southern Appalachians, by Kevin Adams and Marty Casstevens, it is written that this flower is a symbol of power and royalty since the Middle Ages. Having been … Continue reading

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Ocean Camping Around The Corner – but Protect Equipment…

by Bob Grytten Rich in Native American history, Edisto Beach on Edisto Island is one of four oceanfront state parks in South Carolina. Edisto Beach State Park features trails for hiking and biking that provide a wonderful tour of the park. … Continue reading

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Lensluggers in the NEWS…

By Diane Jettinghoff This was taken at Lake Glenville, between Tuckasegee and Cashiers.  I arrived there before light and took lots of pictures around the lake while the sun rose.  I actually went for another picture, but ended up getting … Continue reading

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Cataloochee Valley Elk in Rut goes Video

by Lens Lugger Bob Grytten New Technology and Mac computers provide a great platform to make moving pictures – in this case a fall event. The Rut (or mating) of Elk becomes a strong draw for photographers, especially in this … Continue reading

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Do You Love to Travel?

The Hidden Value Of Your Photo File If you are a photographer who likes to travel, you have a potential wealth area you are probably not capitalizing on. It’s your photo file – that collection of digital images and color … Continue reading

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Photographing the Great White Heron in February

by  Bob Grytten The sun was just over the horizon, the road bank dropping sharply to the blue-green water. Then, just to my left, I glimpsed a flash of something white in the rearview mirror. I swung the car around … Continue reading

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By Bob Grytten All trips, especially to foreign places, are neat for us. Costa Rica was a contradiction in cultures. We experienced them both.  Third world, mixed with the monied playgrounds. They say more people have…

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Pictures With A Purpose

By Dr. Ellen K. Rudolph Approximately 90 percent of nature photography output is non-conservation oriented. And the list of well-known environmental/conservation photographers worldwide is actually very short. Some photography friends and I were musing about this not so long ago … Continue reading

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Winter At Our Feet

By Don McGowan Sometimes the grandeur of the winter out there tricks us into ignoring the winter at our feet, and it becomes incumbent upon us to regularly look down to see what’s happening at boot level. When water freezes … Continue reading

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YEA!! Simpler Name… lensluggers.com

by Bob Grytten The marvel of technology results in a simpler name – lensluggers.com. YEA!!  And get ready for some mountain spring flowers… This Wood Poppy Celandine is one of the early bloomers … Photographed at the Corneille Bryan Native … Continue reading

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