Ed Lehming Photography


“As we journey through life, we should be vigilant, not fearful, but keenly aware of the world around us.” – Ed Lehming The title for this image came to me as I was making the photo itself. There was a lesson to be learned from the behaviour of the owl and how it interacted with its environment. I first noticed this Barred Owl’s presence while shooting the previously posted image, “March Meander“…. Read More

“The owl,” he was saying, “is one of the most curious creatures. A bird that stays awake when the rest of the world sleeps. They can see in the dark. I find that so interesting, to be mired in reality when the rest of the world is dreaming. What does he see and what does he know that the rest of the world is missing?” ― M.J. Rose Today’s post is inspired… Read More

“The best advice I can give on this is, once it’s done, to put it away until you can read it with new eyes. When you’re ready, pick it up and read it, as if you’ve never read it before. If there are things you aren’t satisfied with as a reader, go in and fix them as a writer: that’s revision.” ― Neil Gaiman My post earlier today reminded me of just… Read More

“Every once in a while, people need to be in the presence of things that are really far away.” ― Ian Frazier Just so that everyone does not get the impression that every shot I make turns out the way I want, here’s a tidbit from yesterday’s hike. It reminds my of the words often written on side-view mirrors: “Objects may appear closer than they are”. In this case, a barred owl, resting among the tangled… Read More