Tag Archives: wetlands

Searching for Herps

Posted on by Kathie Fife

Falling in Love again with Childhood Friends Fall typically isn’t the time we think about herps (a collective term for frogs and salamanders). This is the time of year when they (herps) borough down into the earth to protect themselves from death caused by freezing cold temperatures. Earlier this week the weather was unusually warm […]

When Nature Provides Your Vision

Posted on by Kathie Fife

This summer I’ve had an amazing opportunity to explore some of the NH Audubon sanctuaries. This image is from an early morning paddle around Willard Pond. My original vision for the day’s photo shoot was to create a soft image of the loon in a recognizable setting, with the rocks and mountain in the background. […]

Photographing Rare and Endangered Species

Posted on by Kathie Fife

In today’s (June 13, 2013) Sunday paper, The Nashua Telegraph¬†photo editor and writer, Don Himsel created a great story about my work photographing the rare and endangered flora and fauna of NH.¬† More specifically, the story focused on the state butterfly, the karner blue. I’m so happy with this story because Don Himsel created the […]

American Mink – Fishing on Thin Ice

Posted on by Kathie Fife

I think one of the best things about nature photography is that you never know what you will see when you go out for the day. [I apologize for the large gap between the slideshow and text below. I’m working on trying to fix it – thanks for your patience] Today was a very cold […]