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.
Top Posts & Pages
- 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
- 2 Barns on the Corner
Tag Archives: wildflowers
Have any of you wondered why a particular photo doesn’t seem to do as well as others when it comes to “likes” or things of that nature? A couple of years ago I went on a photo walk with my … Continue reading
I see these white wildflowers occasionally during the summer. I have yet to take the time to identify them. Sometimes I like to just look at the flowers and not take up a lot of time searching to find their … Continue reading
Love at first sight? This black-eyed susan appears to be involved with the neighboring thistle. Each week Leanne Cole hosts Monochrome Madness over on her blog. It has been a lot of fun to participate in this challenge even if … Continue reading
Thought I would drop in long enough to leave this photograph before work. The black-eyed susans have started to bloom. Enjoy!
This female Rose-Breasted Grosbeak (Pheucticus ludovicianus) slowly crept closer to me, almost like it wanted me to photograph it. Then as it got real close it flew off. Such a tease! Each week Leanne Cole hosts Monochrome Madness over on … Continue reading
When I took this photograph I was very hopeful that it would work well in B&W. This bunch of wildflowers was in the shade of the forest canopy so I tried using my pop-up flash to give some highlights. As … Continue reading
I took this photograph this morning while on a 3 mile hike with my four legged pal Lemmy. It was a beautiful day for the walk, I want to go further but not sure Lemmy was up for much more. … Continue reading
Today I went through what I will call extreme close ups, as I do not have a macro lens and don’t think that these photographs actually count as macro shots. I like to take these photographs (especially on over cast … Continue reading
This photograph of a dried milkweed plant reminds me of the movie Little Shop of Horrors. “Feed Me!!” Enjoy!