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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Tag Archives: landscape
The weather has turned here in Northern Illinois, and fall is upon us. Yesterday we had our first frost of the season. It will definitely help speed up the process of the leaves making their yearly change. The was not … Continue reading
Over the last couple of weeks, we’ve had some pretty foggy mornings. I’ve been trying to get a photo of one of my favorite trees in the heavy fog. The tree is in a bit of a valley so I’m … Continue reading
It’s rainy again today. The fall colors are just starting to show. I thought I would share one of the sunrise shots I took before taking the Mini Rainbow from yesterday’s post. Have a wonderful weekend!
I hung around a local forest preserve after sunrise the other day to do some exploring. On my way back to my vehicle, with very wet feet I might add, I was treated to this mini rainbow. The weather has … Continue reading
I enjoy my time wandering in the woodlands. Even on days when the lighting doesn’t cooperate with my desire to find wonderful compositions. The fog had already started to burn off when I came across this tree soaking up the … Continue reading
The weather has been a little crummy lately, keeping me from capturing magical light in the pre-dawn hour. I decided to head out to a forest preserve that I haven’t been to in quite some time. It was damp and … Continue reading
Sometimes you get lucky enough to catch colors such as these!
I have been making an effort to get out and take more photographs as of late. I’m also still working out my lighting setup for portraits. It was a very wet spring season here in Northern Illinois and many … Continue reading
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!