Category Archives: Photography

2014 Natural History Calendar

Each Fall I create a unique limited-edition calendar containing some of my favorite images captured during the past year. I try to include a mixture of landscapes, plants, and animals and also try to match the image with the season … Continue reading

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2010 Hein Natural History Photography Calendar

Each Fall I create a unique limited-edition calendar containing some of my favorite images captured during the past year. I try to include a mixture of landscapes, plants, and animals and also try to match the image with the season … Continue reading

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SMD Property Series – Viera North Peak

This is the first in a series of blog entries I am going to make in which I post my 5 favorite images of a property that Save Mount Diablo has acquired. The selection of what is my “favorite” changes … Continue reading

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2009 Hein Natural History Photography Calendar

Each Fall I create a unique limited-edition calendar containing some of my favorite images captured during the past year. I try to include a mixture of landscapes, plants, and animals and also try to match the image with the season … Continue reading

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Pelagic Birding Trips to the Cordell Bank

The Cordell Bank National Marine Sanctuary A few times a year Claudia and I join a group of friends on a pelagic birding/wildlife trip from Bodega Bay into the Cordell Bank National Marine Sanctuary. The Cordell Bank is a seamount … Continue reading

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Nature’s Beloved Son: John Muir’s Botanical Legacy

Claudia and I attended a release reception for a new book this past week: “Nature’s Beloved Son: John Muir’s Botanical Legacy”, published by Heyday Books. The book documents a lesser known aspect of Muir’s work – his interest in botany … Continue reading

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