Author Archives: Merv
Hi, If anyone wants events covered in South America, drop me a line! Samples of my current work are over at my blog of our trip through South America www.moglander.com
I wonder how they do it. Every year I attend this event it runs on some bits of new ground, like it’s a brand new site. And yet, it’s like and old friend. Everyone knows they may break something. Everyone knows they will get wet at some point or other. But folks keep coming back. … Continue reading
A few years ago, I visited the Canadian Prairies on a business trip, and got to shoot photos for a weekend while I was there. These images give a taste of what I saw. [nggallery id=4]
We see them every day, but often do not look as hard as we might. Faces are the most fascinating thing about people, they show age, health, expression, mood. They even speak to us. [nggallery id=2]
Nature Photography, specifically wildlife has been a passion of mine for years. Here are a few of my favorites. [nggallery id=1]
I had the great fortune to make it to the Enniskillen meeting of the Hubb folks that have traveled all over the world. I probably got more encouragement and inspiration at that one meeting than at any one other time. These are some of the sights I saw.
I took a few photos at the Naas open. Most can be seen on the Naas Lawn Tennis Club‘s facebook page, it’s worth being friends with them!
We went for a super hike in Tanzania, this is what we saw. We wanted to be away from trucks, roads, people, electricity, phones for a few days. Where better than the Rift Valley!
This is a bit like which came first, the chicken or the egg. Those that know me socially, know of my love for travel, and that I really like my 4×4 adventures, the further out there the better. Those that know me through my Photography probably only ever saw a glimpse of that. Sarah and … Continue reading