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    November 11, 2013
    It was a brutally cold morning as I came across these two leaves frozen in time, alone and forgotten.
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    August 24, 2013
    Bob Taylor, world-renowned nature photographer, painter, woodcarver, poet and ever the consummate naturalist, died on Thursday, August 15, 2013 after a valiant struggle with colon cancer.

    While Bob was best known for his images of polar bears, great gray owls and prairie bison, he photographed a wide variety of wildlife around the world. Bob loved to travel and he led numerous photo tours and workshops for countless nature photographers and nature enthusiasts. He led trips to northern Canada in Wager Bay to photograph polar bears in summer habitat, to Cambridge Bay to photograph muskox and to Igloolik to photograph walruses and bowhead whales. He also traveled to Alaska, the Galapagos Islands, Pribilof Islands, Egypt, Holland, England,Ecuador, Trinidad, Tobago, Kenya and Tanzania. His African Safaris were very popular and he led tours there for some 29 years. I think all the folks I know in Winnipeg have been on one Bob Taylor trip of one type or another!
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    December 17, 2012
    A chestnut-sided warbler landed on my Nanking cherry a couple of years ago. I captured it from a blind I setup about 10 feet away. He returned today transformed ...
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    December 17, 2012
    A poppy blossom was layered with a texture to create this impressionistic image.
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    December 12, 2012
    I have been viewing sunsets from inside my house this past week as I recover from minor surgery to rectify a carpel tunnel issue on my left hand. It's hard to resist making images when you have been doing so all your life. It wasn't easy but I managed to juggle a camera and tripod with my right hand and left arm to create this 'indoor sunset reflection'.
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