When was the last time you followed a truck loaded with yuccas? Image copyrighted. Reproduction, file sharing & copying prohibited without licensing.
Recently my son and I were viewing a house he was considering renting and noticed this mother white-winged dove sitting in a nest she made in a citrus tree outside one of the bedroom windows. Upon closer inspection we saw she was guarding three baby doves. Image copyrighted. Usage prohibited without licensing.
It’s the first day of summer. Time to pack up the family or friends and head to the beach, the mountains, the national parks or the amusement parks – anywhere to get away and have fun. Leave your cares behind, but please be safe in your travels and enjoy the summer. Image copyrighted. Reproduction and any use prohibited […]
Yeah, baby … it’s 105 degrees and dry as a bone, but seeing a Shamu drive by on a hot Phoenix freeway sure makes a person feel like it’s cooler than that! Kudos to Sea World (www.SeaWorld.com) for such a creative and effective marketing tool. Photo copyright Martha Lochert. Reproduction prohibited without licensing. http://www.MarthaLochertPhotography.com
It’s that time of year again; time to see lots of lizards scurrying around the desert. This one isn’t a lounge lizard; he’s a country club lizard. I found him on the golf cart path at El Conquistador Country Club while I was photographing a golf tournament. The one I found yesterday wasn’t so perky; […]
The yellow woolly daisy (Eriophyllum wallecei) is a diminutive plant in the sunflower family with half-inch wide heads that bloom from March through June in the desert washes and open sandy soil of the southwest United States and northern Mexico. I photographed these after sunset with a macro lens, a dragged shutter (to show ambient light in the sky), […]
The earth was kissed by raindrops who whispered, “We are your homesick children, Mother, coming back to you from Heaven.” ~ Rabindranath Tagore (Indian poet 1861 – 1941)
After dinner this evening we had an uninvited guest. He almost went unnoticed, due to his diminutive stature, but when he started to scurry across the lace centerpiece he caught my eye. Being less than a sixteenth of an inch long and moving quite quickly, it was a challenge to photograph him. This is a less-than-perfect […]