About Me

Wells, BC, Canada
Richard is a working photographer and writer in B.C. His camera focuses on natural history. archeology, travel, and documentary photography. His photography blog may be found at: http://richardtwright.blogspot.com/

Friday, January 25, 2013

Visit the new FaceBook page for Richard T. Wright, Photographer



I have begun a new FaceBook page for my photography. Generally the FB page will be one photo and a paragraph about where I am and what I am shooting, particularly while  traveling. Go to: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Richard-T-Wright-Photography/526989204007373.
In a few weeks my partner Amy and I are heading south, leaving winter to seek some warmth, sunshine, birds, mammals, desert scenics and camels.  Well, the camels will be mostly research for a new book on the Cariboo Camels, but some kind folks near Flagstaff have offered to take us to Beale's Road and a location where the camels camped in the 1860s.  More on that later.
We will also be shooting two portfolios just to keep us thinking. High Noon, will be a photo taken every day possible at 12 p.m. The Green Dress will be a foray back to when I shot fashion many years ago. It will feature Amy and a green dress in unexpected and unusual locations.  We can't even guess where they will be until we get there.
Amy Newman (in the green dress) and Jim Hodgkinson at a New Years Eve gig, 2012.

Its cold and snowy here in Wells, B.C. but a few animals are around. Moose are a nightly road hazard. A wolverine was seen a mile out of town and the fox have been prowling around my back porch the last two nights. Time for the game cam again.

Stay tuned and tune in by following or Liking on FaceBook.

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