Animal Shelter Photography: Trevor

If I’m not in the Okefenokee, I’m usually in the animal shelter using my photography to see dogs and cats get new homes. Here’s a recent happy ending… “Trevor” was a sweet and shy young dog picked up stray by an animal control officer. He was a quiet and calm boy when housed in kennel.Continue reading “Animal Shelter Photography: Trevor”

Earth Day: Celebrating Diversity of God’s Creation

Happy Earth Day! A collection of nature and wildlife photography celebrating the biodiversity of God’s creation. Photographed in 2020 by William Wise Photography. Most locations in Georgia, USA. “There is neither Jew nor Greek, there is neither slave nor free, there is neither male nor female; for you are all one in Christ Jesus.” GalatiansContinue reading “Earth Day: Celebrating Diversity of God’s Creation”

Alligator’s Diverse Diet

As an iNaturalist project admin, I completed a review of over 19,000 American Alligator (Alligator mississippiensis) observations uploaded to iNaturalist between 2009 and December 31, 2020. Photographs which depicted an American Alligator eating a prey item were added to the iNat Alligator Appetites Project. The result revealed a gruesome smorgasbord of dainties enjoyed by thisContinue reading “Alligator’s Diverse Diet”

Sharing and Okefenokee Journal from Edz Imagz

Sharing an Okefenokee travel journal and photography from Edz Imagz. I actually happened to meet Ed, as we were both in the Okefenokee at the same time in May 2020. “In the Corvid-19 era, one could hardly find a more remote place in the lower 48 states to get away from people than the OkefenokeeContinue reading “Sharing and Okefenokee Journal from Edz Imagz”

Sharing an Okefenokee Photo Journal from Nichter Photography PLUS

Originally posted on Nichter Photography PLUS:
Foggy Day in the Swamp A month ago we arrived at Stephen Foster State Park, GA in the middle of the Okefenokee Swamp for a two-day camping stay. We visited a few times before on day trips and looked forward to this trip for quite a while. Prior to…

Okefenokee, give us a sign!

After miles of seemingly endless, boring driving through pine flat-woods, one hopes for a sign from heaven that the swamp is nearing. And that first “sign” is literally a large, wooden sign marking the entrance to the refuge! The Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge was established in 1937 as a “refuge and breeding ground for migratoryContinue reading “Okefenokee, give us a sign!”