In mid-September, I got an email from the Director of Editorial Services (and author of article referenced here), Steve Bornhoft, saying, "The Moynahan Edition of the Tallahassee Magazine has arrived..." Earlier in the summer he'd interviewed me for this article to feature my nature photography. Ultimately, it turned into a beautifully written cover story and 12 pages spotlighting my work.
Thanks Steve. And thanks to the many who've already seen the magazine and sent words of support, encouragement, and congratulations. (A copy is readily available from Roland Publishing on Miccosukee Road or at Books A Million in Tallahassee for $3.95.)
Lake Vista Panorama
This collection is assembled from five of my "top drawer" portfolios: Flora, Florida Landscape, Reptiles & Amphibians, Hand of Man, and Invertebrates. All the photos are from Florida. You will likely recognize some of these images from previous posts. Mr. Bornhoft started off the article with a spread from my FLORA portfolio.
Lily Among Cypress
New Day Dawns
Florida Mountain Laurel
Turn the page and you find FLORIDA LANDSCAPE. These are from my website's largest portfolio. Tough choices!
Spring Run Light
East River Myst
Naked Under the Stars - Naked Springs
The next spread is from REPTILES & AMPHIBIANS (well, except for one Crustacean from the Invertebrates Portfolio).
Rise & Fall of Tads
Fiddler in the Moonlight
When human impact is evident in the photo, I file my portfolio images in the HAND OF MAN gallery.
Canopy Road V
Fern Hammock Spring
Beacon in the Cosmos
The last spread is of images chosen from my INVERTEBRATES portfolio (Wildlife Gallery).
Fire Ant Island (Survivalists from a flood.)
In case you're in the mood for more, there are plenty of cool shots in other portfolios at my website -- davidmoynahan.com -- such as Birds, Mammals, and Underwater (found in the Wildlife Galleries); or Animal, Vegetable, & Mineral (compositions from nature found in my Details Galleries); and mostly abstract compositions from nature in Photo Art. Please take a look sometime when you need a re-balancing visit to the great outdoors.
Thanks for your return visits to my blog posts, your encouragement and support of my work, and your caring and actions toward the stewardship of natural Mother Earth. Please leave a comment, however brief, below. And share this link wildly and widely.