Today I mainly want to share a story with you.
This is the Dangberg family-style farmland historical park in the Carson Valley, built between 1857 and 1917. It was once the private property of one of the most local families, and it is an area of about 48,000 hectares. Big ranch.
I met a very talented photographer, Dwayne Hicks, who is the one with a 600mm super long focal length cannon in the photo. He led us to a birdwatching tour.
Because of the excellent environment of the Carson Valley, there are many wild rare birds, such as owls, and Dwayne Hicks, as an expert in this aspect, took us on the farm to find these birds and explained them in detail. About migratory bird migration and their foraging habits, as well as some shooting techniques.
Dwayne Hicks has been taking pictures, the work is very, very good, but like many talented people, talent is not displayed and displayed, buried. Although he persisted in writing emails to photography magazines such as National Geographic and told them that he had some good works, it is a pity that no one has contacted him, so he has never had a good time. However, he did not give up like this, still insisting on his own creation here.
I really want to help him. After returning to China, I also use some of my own resources and want to help him, but I am really powerless.
작성일: 2019년 1월 27일