Nature & Outdoor Index

How To Choose & Options

How To Choose Binoculars
Learn how to choose the correct binoculars based upon your outdoor experience.

 
How To Do & Use

Nature Stoppers
A lot of energy is consistently pushing modern world people from all sides and at all times during the day. Some of this energy turns into mind and body baggage.
Be Curious And It Will Come
All you have to do is observe and question. Nature is not as random as people tend to believe.
Seeing With Outdoor Eyes
Learn about your five senses and how to use the five senses for better OTG Photography opportunities.
The Art Of Seeing
Learn how to see in multiple directions at the same time.
The Art Of Hearing
Learn how to hear for early warning signs.
The Art Of Touching
Learn how the sense of touch can reinforce vision.
The Art Of Smelling
Learn how the sense of smell will recall moments.
The Art Of Tasting
Learn how the sense of taste produces gut feelings.

 
How To Take Care Of

How To Take Care Of Binoculars
Learn how to take care of your binoculars to prolong the life of the binoculars.




My Outdoor Eyes Photography Blog

Milkweed Wildflower Seeds Are Ready To Disperse In The Wind On Cape Cod

Milkweed wildflower seeds are ready to blow wherever  they want here on Cape Cod. You can see the pods are open and bursting with white fluff and attached seeds. The seeds will just disperse in the wind. The Milkweed plant is the stable plant that the beautiful Monarch butterflies feed upon. There are a lot … Continue reading Milkweed Wildflower Seeds Are Ready To Disperse In The Wind On Cape Cod

Yellowpatch Skipper On Cape Cod

Most of the butterflies are gone for the year but I saw this Yellowpatch Skipper feeding on a Knapweed wildflower. The colors of the skipper were shades of orange and brown. I had never seen one before. Skippers, part of the butterfly family,  are named for their quick, darting flight habits. Most have the antenna … Continue reading Yellowpatch Skipper On Cape Cod

Fall Reflection At The Wellfleet Bay Wildlife Sanctuary

The leaves are starting to turn colors as the days are getting shorter and cooler. I loved this photograph of the reflections from the  Silver Spring Trail at the Wellfleet Bay Wildlife Sanctuary. There were so many Lily Pads in the water, but their flowers had gone by quite  a while ago. The Wellfleet Bay … Continue reading Fall Reflection At The Wellfleet Bay Wildlife Sanctuary


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