Great Blue Herons at Yorktown Beach

Photographing great blue herons at Yorktown Beach in the very early morning light creates opportunities for diverse compositions.

Williamsburg Botanical Garden

Williamsburg Botanical Garden has great potential for nature and wildlife photography and is located within Freedom Park in Williamsburg, Virginia.

2022 Wall Calendars at Zazzle

Selection of 2022 wildlife and nature wall calendars created and designed by Lori A Cash Conservation Photography available for purchase at Zazzle.

American Bullfrogs at the Norfolk Botanical Garden

August 9, 2021 Capturing images of American bullfrogs at the Norfolk Botanical Garden is one of my favorite things that I like to do in the spring and summer. Last year, I discovered a new love for photographing these adorable frogs. I spent a lot of time last summer taking pictures of the bullfrogs inContinue reading “American Bullfrogs at the Norfolk Botanical Garden”

In the Field at Fort Monroe National Monument

June 9, 2021 Over the past two months I have been out in the field at Fort Monroe National Monument. I have spent a lot of time capturing tons of wildlife and nature photography images. Fort Monroe National Monument is located at the tip of the Virginia Peninsula in Hampton, Virginia. I have even spentContinue reading “In the Field at Fort Monroe National Monument”

Finalist in Great Outdoors 2020 Photo Contest by Outdoor Photographer

American Bullfrog Sitting on Pine Needles by Lori A Cash selected as a Finalist in Great Outdoors 2020 Photo Contest by Outdoor Photographer

Photographing A Red Fox Den

Photographing A Red Fox Den blog post at Field Notes Blog by Lori A Cash Conservation Photography.br>
Field Notes Blog by Lori A Cash Conservation Photography is where I will share wildlife and nature conservation field notes of my experiences in the field, conservation information and news, conservation articles, updates on my conservation photography projects and how readers can help to protect our natural world.

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