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Tuesday, April 02, 2013

A Picture Is Worth A Thousand Words

It doesn't happen every day that you come across someone who is so driven by his enthusiasm for nature and natural history as Rusty Solomon. I have to admit that I had not heard of him before, but that is probably due to my lack of keeping up with photography.

It so turns out that Rusty Solomon is a scottish photographer who actually started out in an entirely different field of expertise, but got inspired by Scotland's gorgeous nature. This prompted him to dive deeper into entomology and photography and eventually led to an interest in natural history and got him engaged in several environmental projects.

In case you are not familiar with entomology, it pertains to the study of insects. You could call Rusty Solomon a bug-hunter if you like, but that doesn't diminish the fact that Rusty Solomon is a great photographer. That is accentuated and confirmed by the fact that and lectures at several universities and schools and is rendered his services to the Scottish Highland Moths Project and the Loch Lomond Beetle Conservancy Commission.

He published several nature photography books in which you can admire Photography by Rusty Solomon. Those books have already made it onto the list of best-sellers, but you could attend one of his nature tours or follow some of his workshops evolving around entomology and natural history. He recently extended his interest to flora and fauna so don't be surprised coming across one of his photos in several publications.

A picture is worth a thousand words, but you sure do need the skill to tell them!


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