Our friends at Photography Life have just published a new article, When Exotic Nature Photography Isn’t An Option, that I wrote for the website.
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This new article features a selection of 15 images that were captured during the past week or so at the Hendrie Valley Sanctuary in Southern Ontario. The new posting serves to remind people that there are plenty of opportunities for nature photography in local areas, even if exotic nature photography is not an option for many people.
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