Who's More Psyched?
I spent most of June and July of 2012 living with a family of Peregrine Falcons in Northern Arizona. I photographed them from approximately one week old to the moment of fledging and continued shooting for another week or two after they'd left the aerie. It was a very time-consuming self-imposed assignment and a terrific experience getting to know these wild individuals.
Guess who got in Arizona Highways? Me and Verm.
All the effort has rewarded me again as the prestigious photo magazine Arizona Highways has featured the Peregrine story as a photographer portfolio in the November 2013 issue.
Just a teaser. Pick up a copy to see the rest or subscribe to the online edition.
Who's more psyched? This falcon celebrating its first ever flight (minutes before) or me celebrating my first feature in Arizona Highways?
While I'm beating my chest (taking care not to bruise my shutter finger) I'll add that the High Country Conference Center in Flagstaff is displaying a number of artworks focused on the San Francisco Peaks including the below Verm shot of two ospreys chasing each other over Kaibab Lake near Williams. 20x30 inches of B&W lusciousness. (Dawn Kish work also on display at HCCC).
Wow! Nice work! Congrats to you both.
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