Spiders and Scorpions and Solifugids, Oh My! (Update)

Spiders and Scorpions and Solifugids, Oh My! (Update)

One of the things that happens when you are traveling around the country photographing wildlife year after year, web galleries can get too big, ungainly, bloated, confusing and generally make a gallery uglier & messier rather than more attractive. My wife and I are currently beginning the major task of updating all of our online nature photography galleries in a way that is easier to view, makes a lot more sense by grouping similar subjects together by current taxonomy and by being able to add a bit more information in both an educational and entertaining manner.

The first gallery we completed is the Arachnids Gallery, which is now split up into three separate sub-galleries. I know many people use our website as an online field guide, so I think this will also help them find what they are looking for more quickly, as well as those wonderfully fantastic people who buy prints and/or download from us so we can keep a roof over our heads.

click the image below to see the new changes
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If you like what you see, hate what you see, or don’t even notice a difference, please let us know in the comments section below!

                                                                                          

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Rich Leighton
May 30, 2015
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About The Author

Pro photographer, writer, master naturalist, Florida native in the PNW, lucky husband, father of two boys, big hockey and soccer fan, and native orchid hunter.

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