I will gradually be moving my photography and greeting card sales over to Etsy.
You can see the shop here and I hope you’ll check it out.
All greeting cards are made to order. The 4 x 6 photographs are printed and then attached to a high quality blank card. A matching envelope is included. They will each arrive in their own protective plastic sleeve.
COST: Individual cards are $4.00 each or a set of 6 (your choice) for $20. (Shipping and handling not included and will be figured on a case by case basis. Mailing priority mail in the US will run $5.00) Any order over $50 will ship free in the U.S. and at a reduced rate outside the states. Payment can be made by check, money order or Paypal.
HOW TO ORDER: Choose your cards and then email your order to email@example.com. Make sure to include the image number and let me know how many cards you would like of each image.
See more cards and more info on ordering here.
More cards here.
Last weekend I took a workshop led by wildlife photographers Meggi Raeder and Judy Bingham on learning how to photograph hummingbirds. It was a lovely day spent up in the Santa Cruz mountains with a dozen or more hummingbirds darting in and out around the feeders and plants. Even though I didn’t have the most ideal equipment for snapping photos of these birds, I got some nice shots and learned a lot about how to best try to capture these beautiful birds. Go here for info on next years workshop.
Here are a few of my favorites from the day.
Head on over to Flickr to see the complete set from the day.
If you’ve been enjoying the nature photographs I’ve been posting you might be interested in the fact that I now have custom made greeting cards available featuring many of my popular photographs.
Check out the gallery and see if some of your favorites are available. I also added a link to the top menu bar on the site.
Fly on yarrow. I know, it’s just a fly. But they are really cool looking up close.
This patch of aster chilensis has been very popular.
Dependable clarkia. Easy to grow. Easy reseeder. Easy on the eyes.