02.19.2011 Bits of news

I recently had a couple of images published in  the book, “The Butterflies of Minnesota: A ‘flier’s manual” by Jim Patterson. Unfortunately, Mr. Patterson passed away shortly before the book was completed and his brother Art finished and published it for him.

Please click the image for a larger view.

This Appalachian Brown was found along the Amherst, MA railtrail.


I also found out that one of my images was a runner-up in the Naturescapes Image of the Year awards for the Flora and Macro category.

The Dryad’s Saddle polypore in this image was surrounded by the Gill o’er the ground, aka Creeping Charley or also Ground Ivy, on a stump along Route 47 in Hadley, MA.

About Steve Gingold

I am a Nature Photographer with interests in all things related. Water, flowers, insects and fungi are my main interests but I am happy to photograph wildlife and landscapes and all other of Nature's subjects.
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4 Responses to 02.19.2011 Bits of news

  1. tomwhelan says:

    Congrats! When did you get out to Minnesota for butterflies?

    You know I like the last photo 🙂


  2. jameshuntphotography says:

    Congratulations! Great shots.


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