Saturday, April 22, 2017


This White-tailed deer fawn enjoying a peaceful walk. Fawns have two rows of spots along either side of the spine. The average number of spots is 300.

Location: private land, central Arkansas.
Photo # KS1_3124bws. July, 2012.
(c) Kelly Shipp Photography.

Tuesday, April 11, 2017

"Oak: Stages of Growth"...

Comments welcome.
Photo # IMG_2938a. May, 2012.
(c) Kelly Shipp Photography

Monday, April 3, 2017

"Hog Wild Moonshine Chopper"...

This rural art is very creative, entertaining and detailed. Is this a remnant of the past or future? Is this a turn off Fury Road? Hope you enjoy.

This is part of a collection which I've shared over the past decade.
Location: rural Arkansas (protecting the location from vandals). April, 2012.
(c) Kelly Shipp Photography.

Tuesday, March 28, 2017

"Waterfall Clouds"...

It doesn't take much water to boost one's imagination. This photograph could appear to be two-in-one. The left side displays a waterfall with the beginnings of churning, whereas the right side displays motion that mimics clouds high above the earth.
Comments welcome.
Woolly Hollow State Park, Arkansas. March, 2012.
Photo # KS1_9862-66abws.
(c) Kelly Shipp Photography.

Saturday, March 18, 2017

"Fawn in Sunlight"...

At birth, white-tailed deer fawns have a spotted, reddish coat that is fairly silky. There can be several hundred spots on the coat. The spots enable to deer to blend into its natural surroundings. Fawns usually lose their spots around three-to-four months.

Location: Holla Bend National Wildlife Refuge, Arkansas. August, 2016.
Photo # KS9_6438bwsc.
(c) Kelly Shipp Photography.

Thursday, March 16, 2017

"Light Dimensions"...

Location: Holla Bend National Wildlife Refuge, Arkansas.
Photo # IM5_2855bw_rcc2. July, 2016.
(c) Kelly Shipp Photography.
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Thursday, March 9, 2017

"Thunder Lake II"...

Location: south Lake Conway, Conway, Arkansas. June, 2016.

Photo # IM5_2629-31bwb.
(c) Kelly Shipp Photography.
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