Marty’s photo of the day #1576: Good morning! I’m at the Tampa International Airport, getting ready to head back to Montana, after a really fun college speaking tour. I photographed this sandhill crane two days ago, when I was out exploring. Now that I’m about to cram myself into a packed airplane, I long to […]
Marty’s photo of the day #1575: My two most disliked sensations are feeling sticky and feeling lost. Today, I got totally lost in the Jay B. Starkey Wilderness Park (an hour north of Tampa). I had two trail maps, which were absolutely worthless and didn’t even match. On top of it, I left my GPS […]
Marty’s photo of the day #1573: Good morning from the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport! I am on my way to Florida, for a couple of college speaking engagements. Since I hope my photos for the rest of the week will include animals I find between shows, here’s one from Montana: a black bear cub that […]
Marty’s photo of the day #1570: I photographed this Apostlebird in Queensland, Australia. The bird gets its name because people claim to see it most frequently in groups of twelve.
In the United States, you could stand in the midst of a pack of wolves, swim with a shark, and then camp near a grizzly bear and her cubs—all within 24 hours—and still statistically have a better chance of living than if you spent that same day at a school. People in other countries look […]
Marty’s photo of the day #1569: I don’t often see golden eagles, much less get a chance to photograph one in flight. This shot is from earlier this summer, in southwestern Montana. I had to crop this photo a bit, so it’s not as crisp as I would like. But hey—it’s a golden eagle!