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I am taking April off from Disperser Tracks, from reading blogs, from Facebook, from Twitter, and from the Internet in general. I plan to return (virtually) live on May 1st. Meanwhile, I scheduled a few posts (like this one) to go … Continue reading
Someone asked about my policy with regards to saving and using my photos as a screensaver or wallpaper. Well, it’s kind of complicated. All the photos can be used for non-commercial, personal use, however I don’t know of a way … Continue reading
The first day back at work, after our return from the Alaska cruise, I saw this nice-looking fox specimen frolicking in the field adjacent to the office where I work. I was going to say “foxy” but that would attract … Continue reading
A short post while I work on prepping the Mount Evans Fauna entry. Middle of July, I take a break from work to go and photograph the tree swallows chicks being fed by their tireless parents (another upcoming post). I … Continue reading