Author Archives: Andrew Sabai

Porcupine Mountains Road Blur

While my wife was driving through Porcupine Mountains State Park in Michigan, I stuck my  camera out the window to take some blurred photos of the forest.  It was a dark day with rain off and on and a good … Continue reading

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Today is lens cap appreciation day

That’s right in case you haven’t heard today is in fact lens cap appreciation day.  This is the day we take out our lens caps, admire them and thank them for their service to our lenses.  In photography it is … Continue reading

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Just Bark

Photos of bark, just plain old tree bark.  The textures found in nature can be very interesting, sometime sensuous, but not so much with bark. Visit my tree page on my lake and wetland website for more information and photos … Continue reading

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Glowing Mushrooms Bitter Oyster (Panellus stipticus)

About Glow-in-the-Dark Mushrooms I have seen mushrooms that glow before, when I was a kid, and since I have longed to see them again, and to photograph these fungi.  The glowing of mushrooms, and animals is sometimes called of foxfire and … Continue reading

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Lucky photos in the Fog

I began my morning driving to Lake Puckaway in patchy fog.  As I drove over the Lake Butte des Morts Bridge on Hwy 41 I noticed an amazing wall of fog over the lake.  I thought I should stop and … Continue reading

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Forest Road

Roads in the National Forests of Northern Wisconsin usually originated in one of two ways.  Either they are old railroads that were carved into the wilderness to remove massive Eastern White Pines, or they were roads made for horses and … Continue reading

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Nikon 28-200mm f3.5-5.6

I was thinking about some of my old friends, friends in the form of photography equipment that I used very regularly.  For several years my go to lens was a Nikkor 28-200mm f3.5-56D IF AF lens.  When it came out … Continue reading

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Wild Apple Tree

Sometimes a tasty treat presents itself for a photograph.  These apples are not one of those subjects.  The apples are not for munching they are for pies as are most wild apples.  This tree grew in an old pasture not … Continue reading

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Frosty Needles of Scotch Pine

On a relatively warm winter morning I headed out with my Toyo 45aii field camera in search of some good photographs.  The warm air above the cold snow created a fog, which then froze to just about everything, giving it … Continue reading

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Lakeshore Wetland in Early Fall

Often overlooked for fall colors, the purples, oranges, reds and browns of wetland grasses, sedges, and flowers of the sedge meadows also make an interesting subject for the camera lens.  I took this photo of lake shore wetland in September … Continue reading

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