Grand Forks photographer Michael keeps his eyes open for wildlife while in Minnesota lake country. Here are some of the images he’s seen the past couple of weeks.
Photographer Dave Vorland shares these images taken this past month from near his home in Bloomington, Minn., to Itasca State Park to Ketchum, Idaho, where author Ernest Hemingway is buried.
Grand Forks photographer Dave Bruner got up and close to Old Man Sun this past month.
To steal a title from an old Ray Charles’ song, “night time is the right time” for Grand Forks photographer Russ Hons. That’s evidenced here by the images he captured recently over the course of a few nights on the North Dakota prairie. Check out more photos from Russ Hons here.
Grand Forks photographer Michael Bogert and his wife, Mary, recently returned from a trip to the Great Lakes area. Among their stops was Mackinac Island, which covers 3.8 square miles in land area in the state of Michigan. It is located in Lake Huron, at the eastern end of the Straits of Mackinac, between the state’s Upper and Lower Peninsulas.
Grand Forks photographer Michael Bogert and his wife, Mary, recently returned from a trip to the Great Lakes area. Here is a sampling of the images he took. Look for more in days to come.
From eastern North Dakota to western North Dakota, here are some of the images photographer Dave Bruner discovered this past month.
Check out what’s caught the eye this past month of Dave Vorland, Bloomington, Minn., photographer and former Grand Forks resident.
On a couple of recent beautiful days in the Red River Valley, Grand Forks photographer Russ Hons and his wife, Paulette, decided to take a ride out to the countryside to check out some sunflower fields, and this is what they saw. Check out more photos from Russ Hons here.
Eric Bergeson snapped these beautiful images on a recent U.S. West trip.
Grand Forks photographer Russ Hons says he could spend hours watching waterfowl, especially loons. That’s exactly what he did on a recent vacation to northwest Minnesota lake country. Check out more photos from Russ Hons here.
Grand Forks photographer Dave Bruner has an eye for color, as is attested to by these spectacular North Dakota images that he captured in the past couple of weeks in the early days of summer.
Backyards are bursting with beautiful color this time of the year as blooming flowers — the pride of many gardeners — take center stage. Grand Forks photographer Russ Hons captured these images — right in his own backyard. His reaction: “WOW!” Check out more photos from Russ Hons here.
It was a traveling month for Dave Vorland. Along the way, the Bloomington, Minn., photographer captured images from the PGA Memorial Tournament in Columbus, Ohio, the Vesterheim Museum and Heritage Center in Decorah, Iowa, as well as others from around the Twin Cities.
Grand Forks photographer Mike Bogert recently took an overnighter to go and check on the “Loon Family” on Fox Lake in northwestern Minnesota. He reports that they seem to be doing just fine.
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Photographer Mike Bogert was born and raised in Grand Forks, N.D., at the bottom of the Red River Valley. The Red River was his backyard, and yes, he could see Minnesota from there. He was obsessed with photographing the mountains in and around Alamogordo, N.M., on a recent trip. Here is a small sampling of the multitude of pictures Mike took while there.
Here are a few wildlife sightings from Kelly Slough National Wildlife Refuge west of Grand Forks, N.D., taken by photographer Russ Hons. Check out more photos from Russ Hons here.
These scenic landscape and wildlife photos, taken recently by Dave Bruner of Grand Forks — on many early mornings and late evenings — show the beauty and majesty of the North Dakota Badlands.
Photographer Dave Bruner last week took a trip down The Enchanted Highway, which begins begins at Exit 72 on Interstate 94 near Gladstone, N.D., and terminates 30 miles down the road in the small town of Regent, N.D. Along the way, he photographed each sculpture, which were built by Gary Greff of Regent, starting the project in 1990. Beginning with “Geese in Flight” at Exit 72, …
Grand Forks photographer Dave Bruner spent a number of days last week in the North Dakota Badlands and took these images of some of the wild horses in the south unit of Theodore Roosevelt National Park.
What started out as a trip to capture some images of the sunset Sunday night at Kelly Slough National Wildlife Refuge northwest of Grand Forks turned out to be much that than that for photographer Russ Hons. As Russ was photographing the sunset, he received an alert that the Aurora Borealis (Northern Lights) might be active after dark. Russ said, “As darkness descended, the northern lights …
The hummingbirds were out in force recently and put on quite a display for photographer Mike Bogert at Fox Lake in northwestern Minnesota.
Most people are suckers for baby ducks. The sight of ducklings can lift hearts and put smiles on faces. Grand Forks photographer Mike Bogert will do just that with this collection of images taken on the English Coulee near the University of North Dakota. Some of these ducklings may have been the ones rescued from a drain sewer recently by UND police.
Bloomington, Minn., photographer Dave Vorland snapped these shots this past month, including a shot of legendary Minnesota Vikings coach Bud Grant at his annual yard sale. You just never know what Dave will come up next.
Between shots from his backyard, Washington Capitals baseball and other sights from our nation’s capital, Alexandria, Va., photographer Jeff Olson even had time to catch a few images of beautiful Mother’s Day flowers in this galley from the past month.
Photographer Dave Bruner’s landscape images from this past month spark the imagination. Among them, “Milky Way Night on the Prairie of N.D.,” which Dave offers this following description: “I was out until 4 a.m. in the morning on a crystal clear night this week to capture these beautiful shots of the Milky Way. There were meteor showers (falling stars) going on …
A pair of loons and one of mallards, a great blue heron and an eagle caught the attention of photographer Mike Bogert on a recent trip to Fox Lake in northwestern Minnesota. Fox is located on a chain of lakes connected by the Turtle River. Other lakes on the chain include Lake Beltrami, Big Turtle Lake, Movil Lake and Little Turtle Lake.
The first day at the lake in the spring is always an exciting time, and Mike Bogert’s photos taken this past week will attest to that. The birds were abundant, and the photo opportunities numerous on this northwestern Minnesota lake, making one quickly forget about the lack of television service.
Here are some nice shots from Dave Vorland, taken this past month in the Twin Cities and New York City.
This spring, Michael Bogert just can’t stay away from the English Coulee, where there always seems be an abundance of birds to photograph.
Grand Forks photographer Michael Bogert has had an eye for the birds this spring, capturing these images in his backyard and along the English Coulee in Grand Forks.
It was a nice day to be outdoors Sunday, and Grand Forks photographer Russ Hons took advantage of the weather to capture these images of a mature bald eagle and a couple of juveniles in northern Minnesota. Check out more photos from Russ Hons here.
Who likes lighthouses? Dave Bruner captured these images of the Canal Park lighthouses in Duluth Harbor, along with the Aerial Lift Bridge with a full moon displayed at sunrise. Scenes such as these are why many photographers come to Duluth and the North Shore area on a regular basis ― to capture striking images. It is a favorite of Dave’s, and is a place he will visit again in …
Here are some February shots from Bloomington, Minn., photographer Dave Vorland.
From Catalina State Park north of Tuscon to Sabino Canyon in the Santa Catalina Mountains to San Pedro Riparian National Wildlife Refuge east of Sierra Vista to Madera Canyon south of Tucson, photographer Eric Bergeson — aka The Country Scribe — captures many spectacular images of the Southwest. Among them: California poppies, a cactus wren, calliandra shrubs, a group of women hikers (snowbirds from all over the …
Alexandria, Va., photographer Jeff Olson took a ride on the back roads of Burleigh County on a recent trip back to North Dakota and here are some of the images he captured.
Grand Forks photographer Russ Hons took advantage of the nice weather the northern Plains and and forest areas have experienced thus far this winter to snap these images of some local wildlife. According to Minnesota and North Dakota wildlife officials, the mild winter has been quite beneficial to most area species. Check out more photos from Russ Hons here.
Alexandria, Va., photographer Jeff Olson captured these images recently at the National Conservation Training Center in Shepherdstown, W.Va., where he was taking some training classes. The NCTC offers a unique and diverse range of conservation training courses, designed by and for the conservation professional. Topics range from coldwater fish culture to habitat conservation planning, from environmental negotiation to building community support for natural …
Bloomington, Minn., photographer Dave Vorland’s lens captured these scenes recently. Get Dave’s new book, “Paris in Monochrome,” here.
Alexandria, Va., photographer Jeff Olson was on the road recently, his travels taking hime to Oregon, specifically the Ashland and Medford areas, including the Lower Table Rock Trail northeast of Medford.
Photographer Dave Vorland of Bloomington, Minn., offers a glimpse of fall in Minnesota with these spectacular images.
Travel to Great Smoky Mountains National Park with photographer Jeff Olson. The park straddles the ridgeline of the Great Smoky Mountains, part of the Blue Ridge Mountains, which are a division of the larger Appalachian Mountain chain. The border between North Carolina and Tennessee runs northeast to southwest through the centerline of the park. It is the most visited national park in …