Snapped from my back yard in Arizona, this mother Morning Dove had nested in a low tree-like bush to hatch her young.  I believe she was the same Morning Dive that I had been injured and was rescued from a deserted rental house.  I kept her in a box on the kitchen counter for several weeks as she recuperated from a wounded wing.  After a few days I would take her to the back yard and let her lose.  I figured that if I couldn’t catch her back she was ready to be free. Later that same year this Morning Dove stared her family andRead More →

Bisbee Arizona is an artistic community nestled in the Mule Mountains of Southern Arizona.  It’s an once was copper mining town that still holds the old world charm of Victorian and European influenced architecture.  As we strolled along its quaint streets with rustic bars, art galleries and historic hotels there was much to take in. I was on a photo-shoot mini vacation with family.  David, my brother-in-law, is also a photography buff and we had planned this trip just for the photography.  He and I were in direct competition to see who could find the best photo ops and I’m still not sure who won. Probably both of us! He’s taught meRead More →