Category Archives: Photography
Sebastião Salgado’s images of the Alaskan north—especially his photos of the Brooks Range and it’s rivers—are almost unworldly. The New York Times recently published a photo slide show of Salgado’s and an interview with the conservation activist/photographer in which he … more
While fishing Key West for seven days we snapped several shots of the island, the flies, the people, the water—and, yes, the bucci. Check them out at midcurrent.tumblr.com.
Joe Kingry joins the MidCurrent photography gallery this week. Of his work, Joe says: “Photographing the undisguised, heartfelt moments of life’s journey is the passion that drives me.”
Tom Ziegler joins MidCurrent‘s photography gallery this week with a couple of his favorite smallmouth pics from the Ozarks. Tom has demonstrated fly tying at several national and regional shows, managed a fly shop, is a FFF Certified Casting Instructor, and … more
Dave Buchanan interviews photographer Mark Lance for the Grand Junction Sentineland describes how the full-time geologist connects the dots between the landscape and trout conservation. “‘Personally, I’m attracted to the landscape because I’m still a geologist in my work-a-day life,’ Lance said. … more
Aleksandar Vrtaric, who fly fishes and does most of his photography in Croatia, adds a couple of stunning new images to his MidCurrent gallery this week.
Tim Romano’s latest photo essay shows what you have to look forward to on any trip to fish the New Orleans-area coastline: good fishing, good food, lots of local culture.