Woodstork - Nine Mile Pond - Everglades National Park
Photographing a landscape is like playing the lottery, although with better odds. You never know if the elements will cooperate with you or not. On Sunday morning, I felt like shooting the sunrise at Nine Mile Pond in Everglades National Park. This location is amazing if you have the right elements, clouds or fog. Otherwise, it's pretty lame. Fortunately, despite the weather forecasts for cloudless skies, I decided to go shooting anyway. The elements came together. No fog, but I had a cooperative woodstork to anchor my image. See you out in the field.
Michael Pancier Photography
By day I am a civil rights and Florida Bar Board Certified Labor & Employment Lawyer in South Florida.
The rest of the day, I am an artist/photographer.
I photograph nature in my home state of Florida, primarily avian subjects and landscapes. And when outside of Florida, I photograph the landscapes of the American Southwest and the National Parks of the United States.
I also enjoy photographing people and I supplement my nature photography with portraiture and commercial photography as well.