Nature & Outdoor Index

How To Choose & Options

How To Choose Binoculars
Learn how to choose the correct binoculars based upon your outdoor experience.

 
How To Do & Use

Nature Stoppers
A lot of energy is consistently pushing modern world people from all sides and at all times during the day. Some of this energy turns into mind and body baggage.
Be Curious And It Will Come
All you have to do is observe and question. Nature is not as random as people tend to believe.
Seeing With Outdoor Eyes
Learn about your five senses and how to use the five senses for better OTG Photography opportunities.
The Art Of Seeing
Learn how to see in multiple directions at the same time.
The Art Of Hearing
Learn how to hear for early warning signs.
The Art Of Touching
Learn how the sense of touch can reinforce vision.
The Art Of Smelling
Learn how the sense of smell will recall moments.
The Art Of Tasting
Learn how the sense of taste produces gut feelings.

 
How To Take Care Of

How To Take Care Of Binoculars
Learn how to take care of your binoculars to prolong the life of the binoculars.




My Outdoor Eyes Photography Blog

Spectacular Day For Kayaking Nauset Marsh On Cape Cod

It was a glorious day… sunny with little wind and a perfect day to take our kayaks out on the water. We launched at Good Hummock in Orleans and paddled Town Cove to Nauset Marsh and then out along the outer beach to Nauset Spit. It couldn’t get any prettier! We stopped for a bit … Continue reading Spectacular Day For Kayaking Nauset Marsh On Cape Cod

Lobster Boat Moored In Nauset Marsh On Cape Cod

I’ve never seen a larger boat like this lobster boat moored in Nauset Marsh, so I was a little surprised to see it moored in the middle of the channel. The channel must be deep enough to allow a bit this size to moor there. I took this photograph from Fort Hll looking out toward … Continue reading Lobster Boat Moored In Nauset Marsh On Cape Cod

White Eastern Starflower At Hemenway Landing On Cape Cod

The Eastern Starflowers are blooming all over Cape Cod and are gorgeous. Each Eastern Starflower has 2 delicate flowers with 5-9 pointed petals on a slender stem with shiny leaves. The flowers are are small, 1/2″ to 3/4″ and bloom in May and June in cool, dry woods. Pretty, don’t you think?


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