How to View More Photos of Appalachian Feet’s Adventures in Sustainahillbillery

Eliza makes a conscious effort to illustrate her blog topics with at least one photograph and I, in turn, am trying to uphold that goal. Why? Because we all love eye candy (plus many of us are visual learners).

Photo Caption: On our Facebook page we often share photos that we don’t plan to write full blog posts about, like this blond morel Eliza found on Tuesday.

While neither Eliza nor I have had much in the way of professional photography training we both greatly enjoy documenting the world.  However, only a handful of these photos will make it into the blog posts we write.

Photo Caption: I’ll be posting harvest photos all season long!

We would like all of you to have a chance to look at some of these non-blogged pictures, and so, I have begun our Facebook photo albums.  I think the social media giant handles photo sharing pretty well, though I find that generally speaking, I am often critical or questioning of their practices.

Therefore, please feel free to check out our photo albums by clicking this link.

Bicolored Boletes

Photo Caption: A large bicolored bolete, found on my birthday last year. I love photographing all fungal finds so I’ll share some of the best ones in our photo albums. (Note: I often photograph mushrooms in hand to provide a sense of the fungi fruiting body’s size)

Also note that I have only just started adding pictures and the albums are apt to be a bit sparse at first. You may want to “like” our page so you’re alerted to new content.

Enjoy!

~Nathaniel

Nathaniel Lord

4 thoughts on “How to View More Photos of Appalachian Feet’s Adventures in Sustainahillbillery”

  1. Susan - April 4, 2013 4:26 pm

    Yay! Eliza’s, and more recently both of your, photos have always been a huge source of inspiration for us! Aaron and I never knew food plants could look so pretty (and ornamental!) in a yard until we visited the garden 4 years ago. We’re both looking forward to seeing the new additions to the Appalachian Feet albums! :)

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    1. Nathaniel Lord
      Twitter: nhlord
      - April 4, 2013 4:30 pm

      Thanks! I absolutely love photographing things like plants and mushrooms and food and am pleased I can share them with more people through things like Appalachian Feet.

      Reply
  2. Flour Sack Mama - April 5, 2013 9:21 am

    I’m so envious that you’re finding morels! I’ve haven’t had much luck the past couple of years. You’ve inspired me to head out to the woods this weekend.

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    1. Nathaniel Lord
      Twitter: nhlord
      - April 5, 2013 9:26 am

      We had pretty poor luck last year, but we attribute a lot of that to the unseasonably warm winter. So far, from reports, this year seems to be shaping up as a pretty good one for morel finding.

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