Saturday, November 1, 2008

Publications this Week



Was fortunate to receive two magazines in the mail this week that have published my photographs. Both were taken earlier this year. The top image is of a new wildlife observation platform on Virginia's eastern shore that was published in Virginia Wildlife. The bottom image of the federal endangered Snail Kite was featured in Birder's World.

Blue Skies.

15 comments:

T and S said...

Congratulation on getting 2 images published.

Both are great compositions

Bradley Myers said...

Congratulations Ken, they are good photos. I have never heard of that bird before.

I did see your comment and when we make our plans to head south I will email you, thanks Brad.

Torsdag said...

I stoped by at IVAR's and found your blog. I would like to get a chance to see all this wonderful wildlife some day again, love your shots, Thanks for sharing.
Hallo from Germany
Hartmut

Ivar Ivrig said...

Congrats Ken. Great photos, you deserve this, ther is no doubt about that. Well done ;-)

Klaus said...

Wow! That's great! I don't know of anyone, who deserves it as much as you do!
Cheers, Klaus

fishing guy said...

Ken: Congrats on the publications, you take neat photos.

Ken Conger Photography said...

All,
Thanks for taking the time to comment. Your words are appreciated!
Blue Skies.
Ken

Willard said...

Ken,

Well done, and congratulations on the published images.

We were at B Meadows on Thursday and the bucks were really after the does shortly after sun-up. (the best action was to the right of the road that goes through the meadow and at the turn in it. We saw two nice bucks on the road to the campground, but one had a deformed or broken right antler. A sow and two cubs were near the Dark Hollow Falls parking lot (between it and Franklin Cliffs).

All in all it was one of the better one day trips that I have had to the park, but it seemed that I was behind the curve on much of my shooting and didn't get as many good images as I had hoped.

Thanks for the tips in your e-mail. We didn't get to see the owl, but I expect there is a good chance of seeing him before the fall is over.

Twisted Fencepost said...

Hi, Ken. Thanks for visiting. Come back again.
You take some great pictures. I can't wait to see more. I'll be back, for sure!

Adrian_O said...

Congrats Ken - your pictures inspire me to take more of my own.

Salty said...

Thats awesome! Two great photographs!

The perspective you captured and the dramatic sky make the shot at Willis Warf an incredible photograph!

Tommy V said...

Congratulation Ken, That is so cool. You are an inspiration to me.

Daniel said...

Great blog, Ken. Thanks so much for your nice comment on my site. Your wildlife photography is incredible and inspirational.

Daniel

Stacey Huston said...

congrats ken, I would love to get one of my photos published. Great accomplishment!

animtreebird said...

Congratulations. I was busy for a while. That is why I was unable to comment on your photos or ppost photos to my blog. :)))

A very beautiful bird. Nice photo. :)))