My New Sanibel Island Art Installation!

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My New Sanibel Island Art Installation!

This is a post I’m really proud of. Earlier this year, I was contacted by the “Ding” Darling Wildlife Society on Florida’s Sanibel Island about the possibility of one of my images being used for an installation at the J. N. “Ding” Darling National Wildlife Refuge. Even though I now live in the opposite corner of the country, The

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Leapin’ Lizards! Updates!

Quick post today to announce a small but important update to the North American Nature Photography galleries. Over the past decade, I’ve been collecting so many new images of native lizards in their natural environments all over the continent, that I have expanded the single lizard gallery into five (same as I did last year

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Huge Update! All New North American Native Wildflower Galleries

Over the past decade, the amount of native North American native wildflowers in our ever-growing photo galleries has reached the point to where we can’t reasonably split and categorize them just by color. It started to look disorganized, confusing, and more than a little sloppy. It was time to reorganize the whole gallery collection and

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We’re at This Year’s Pacific Northwest Ballet 2012 Production of “The Nutcracker”!

It’s that time of year again, and Seattle’s biggest holiday season attraction, The Nutcracker, is once again being performed the the premier Pacific Northwest Ballet at McCaw Hall, near the Space Needle. In a series of limited-attendance parties before the show and during intermission, Leighton Photography & Imaging will be onsite photographing families, couples, sweethearts and children in a full

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My Orchid Photos on Permanent Display in the Ocala National Forest!

This is pretty cool. Last year I was contacted by the Florida Department of Forestry about a project they were doing in the Ocala National Forest. It seemed they were making some new trails and wanted to add some informative signs and markers along the way to help and inform hikers and visitors as to

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