About James KeeganI am a photographer based in Northern Illinois, that specializes in nature, landscape and portraiture. This blog is a look at my journey into photography.
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- Weekly Photo Challenge: New
- Weekly Photo Challenge: Scale
- Weekly Photo Challenge: Fresh
- Weekly Photo Challenge: Spring
- Cee's Black and White Challenge: Reflections and Shadows
- Weekly Photo Challenge: Orange
- Weekly Photo Challenge: Rule of Thirds
- A Sunrise to Brighten Your Day
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Category Archives: Winter
Although it is a little cold now, it has been a pretty mild winter. I was quite surprised to see ice this thick along the river’s edge this past weekend.Enjoy!
This weekend I had some time to get out and take some photos for the first time in a while. I plan on making an effort to post on a more regular basis starting today. I also ordered some lights … Continue reading
I know officially Spring is still a few days off. I went back out to the area where I photographed the whitetail deer last Sunday. I waited until about 30 minutes before sundown in hopes of finding more of the … Continue reading
Sunday evening I ventured back to a vacant farm that I had seen the previous night while driving with a friend. It just so happened that this location also had somewhere around 100 whitetail deer grazing in the fields around … Continue reading
Weekly Photo Challenge: Orange The tops of the trees were lit in orange as the sun lowered in the sky and the whitetail deer ran back to the tree line to hide from me. I did warm this photo up … Continue reading
Winter seems to be releasing its death grip on the Midwest. We’ve had a couple days of 40 degree temps with some 50’s in the forecast. I managed to get out a few times over the last week and have … Continue reading
The remains from the freezing rain the other morning. The other trees gave the appearance of a vignette.
Today I have 2 more photographs of the ducks and geese moving. In the first photo two mallards can be seen flying away. The shot would have been better if they had chosen to fly towards me. The second image … Continue reading
It is still very cold here in the Midwest. It was a whopping 3 degrees the day I took this photograph of some Mallards floating with some Canada Geese. I knew that these birds would be at this location and … Continue reading