March 25, 2018

Bayou-Diversity (25 March 2018)  For the past several days I have been witness to an orgy, the likes of which would have titillated the goddess Aphrodite had she understood it.  This reproductive frenzy is botanical in nature and is revealed by the clouds of breeze-bor...

March 18, 2018

Bayou-Diversity (18 March 2018)  Few people in Maine, Wyoming or California can relate to the term "backwater" like those who live in Louisiana.  It refers to the natural, cyclic overflow of rivers and bayous that inundates areas characterized by bottomland hardwood ve...

March 11, 2018

Bayou-Diversity (11 March 2018)  [Crows are very intelligent, have fascinating personalities, and when I watch them it’s hard for me not to personify their behavior – as in this case.]  Old one-eyed crow danced around the fox lying on the roadside.  He knew the miracle...

March 4, 2018

Bayou-Diversity (4 March 2018) In 1978 I photographed a young marauding grizzly as he caused havoc at one of the construction camps for the Trans-Alaskan pipeline.  The bear would come loping across the tundra in the low-angle light of Arctic evenings to forage on the...

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