Nature

Settling In for the Night

I do regular visits to the eagle’s nest, ether paddling under the sycamore or hiking along the river. I’m struck by the diligence of the parents. One watches carefully, making adjustments in the nest, always present to their safety.     Now that the eaglets are a bit stronger and bigger, sometimes one parent will
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The Power of Humility

Special PODCAST: This talk explores how cultivating humility can transform your life and your effectiveness in the world. You’ll learn about the formation of the self, the nature of selflessness, what it’s like to be selfless in your work and relationships and how to find the balance between healthy self-esteem and humility. Subscribe to Jonathan’s
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Getting the Shot

I heard that when the movie “The Bridges of Madison County” came out, lots of photographers went to see the film in which Clint Eastwood plays the role of a National Geographic photographer. There’s a scene where he’s driving to a shoot location and the sun is rising in great glory in the background. At
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Romancing the Swans

It’s always a question when it comes to editing photos: “How much should I manipulate this image?” Shooting flying swans against a mud-brown background never works that well. So I played with it. The original image didn’t look much like this, but this is pretty cool.   Subscribe to Jonathan’s podcast: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/jonathan-foust/id455422434?ign-mpt=uo%3D4      
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Passing Through

Each day on the river is a reminder of change. Recently we hosted a flock of about 40 Arctic Tundra Swans – for about two weeks. I would float as close as I could get. They ‘talk’ constantly with whistles and coos what I can only describe as ‘puppy dog’ sounds. Who knows that they
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