The Wild Side of Iowa - Images and Essays
A Collection of Images and Essays
de Kip Ladage
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The Wild Side of Iowa, A Collection of Images and Essays, by Kip Ladage is a sampling of wildlife images created at either Sweet Marsh, near Tripoli, Iowa or along the Wapsipinicon River, near Frederika, Iowa.
Included with the images are brief essays describing an aspect of the photograph. Some are technical, some light-hearted, and some exude the emotions associated with the image.
Enjoy this collection of images and essays from the Wild Side of Iowa.
Características y detalles
- Categoría Arte y fotografía
Apaisado estándar, 25×20 cm
- Fecha de publicación dic. 02, 2007
- Etiquetas The Wild Side of Iowa, Iowa Birds, Sweet Marsh, Bremer County, Kip Ladage, Great Blue Heron, Snowy Owl, kayak in fog, showy lady's slipper, Chickadee in Evergreen, Saw-whet Owl, Hooded Mergansers, Bald Eagle, Bald Eagle taking flight, Northern shoveler, White-throated sparrow, Canada Goose, Canada goose goslings in nest, ring-necked ducks, Pelicans against sky, horned grebes, red-breasted merganser, snow goose, snow geese, blanding's turtle, red fox, red fox family at den, barred owl, marsh wren, marsh wren feeding in cattails, spotted sandpiper on log, spotted sandpiper, sandhill crane, western chorus frog, western chorus frog croaking, ctenucha moth, ctenucha moth on clover, wren at nest box, wren feeding young, dew-covered spiderwort, green heron, graham's crayfish snake, ruby-throated hummingbird, red-breasted nuthatch, cedar waxwing, cedar waxwing with berry, red-tailed hawk, American coot, great egret, Wapsie River, Wapsipinicon River, Frederika, Iowa, Tripoli, Kip, Ladage, Cardinal, Muskrat, kayak, Chickadee, pelicans, yellowlegs, wren, spiderwort, sora, hummingbird, nuthatch, hawk, coot, Wapsi, Wapsie, Wapsipinicon
Kip Ladage is a self-taught photographer/writer from Tripoli, Iowa. Kip has been photographing nature and the outdoor world for more than 25-years. His work has been published world-wide in books, magazines, newspapers, brochures, calendars, and posters.