Nature Walks – Merlin The Magnificent

On my brief walk-about yesterday, not only was I graced by my new friend the Bushtit, Nature Walks – The Bushtit but I also had the pleasure of a Merlin posing for me up high in a tree. Merlins are part of the falcon family, smaller than a falcon but larger than a kestrel. They are small but ferocious. They are comfortable calling many parts of Colorado home, but we don’t see them all that often. They like to roam the skies.

I have been pondering on a way to showcase my pictures from our beautiful lakes for some time, but was not quite sure how to do it. I had thought about publishing a little book, but in order to produce it to sell, at least for the moment, it would be prohibitively expensive. Yesterday, I was telling this to one of my neighbors, and she suggested I should sell my photos at local art shows and fairs. I had never thought about that before, but now, she has planted a seed I am starting to grow. Please be honest (I can take it), is this something I should pursue? Would any of you be interested in purchasing prints if I were to start selling them? As with many of my ideas, this new idea is food for thought.

Have a great day Everyone. ‘Til next time.

Author: ajeanneinthekitchen

I have worked in the restaurant and catering industry for over 35 years. I attended 2 culinary schools in Southern California, and have a degree in culinary arts from the Southern California School of Culinary Arts, as well as a few other degrees in other areas. I love to cook and I love to feed people.

18 thoughts on “Nature Walks – Merlin The Magnificent”

  1. It’s worth a try, if you have the time and energy to take on another project! 🙂 You have many beautiful photographs, and there is definitely a market for them — my sister-in-law (an enthusiastic nature photographer like you) has sold her photos at art shows and fairs for years.

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  2. Yes, Merlin is posing for you, and yes, definitely, you should showcase your photos at an art show, as well as any local galleries that might be interested to sell them for you, as well as ETSY and Zazzle.
    Good luck, darling!

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