Moments With Iowa's Wildlife - Images and Essays
A Collection of Images and Essays
by Kip Ladage
About the Book
Moments with Iowa's Wildlife...for some it may be difficult to imagine wild moments in Iowa. Can there be anything wild in a land of corn and soybeans? Is it possible for "real wildlife" to exist in Iowa?
In this collection of images and essays, Kip Ladage has once again documented the diversity of wild moments occurring in the Iowa landscape. Whether birds, reptiles, wildflowers, or insects, Kip's lenses follow the wildlife of Iowa to capture images of wild moments few people experience.
Each species featured in this collection is wild and each was photographed in Iowa. Through words and images, Kip invites you to enjoy Moments with Iowa's Wildlife.
Features & Details
- Category Arts & Photography
Standard Landscape, 10×8 in, 25×20 cm
- Publish Date Oct 28, 2008
- Tags Moments With Iowa's Wildlife, Mallards on Icy River, Horned Larks in Blizzard, Hen Pheasant on Snow, Bald Eagle in Flight, Wild Turkey, Raccoon on Snow, Greater White-fronted Geese, Canada Goose Illusion, Pied-billed Grebe and Crawdad, Common Merganser in Fog, Horned Grebe, Red Fox, Redheads in Flight, Rough-looking Skunk, Golden-crowned Kinglet, Opossum in Tree, Kestrel on Power Line, Nesting Sandhill Cranes, Acrobatic Snail, Bonaparte's Gullls, Brown-headed Cowbird, Canvasback in Flight, Hooded Merganser, Killdeer Affection, Wood Duck, Dragonfly on Dry Plant, Swimming Muskrat, Osprey in Flight, Black-throated Green Warbler, Northern Water Snake Sampling Air, Big Joe the Snapping Turtle, American White Pelican, Injured American White Pelican, Bumblebee on Goldenrod, Kip Ladage, Ladage Photography, Bremer County, Sweet Marsh, Wapsie River, Wapsipinicon River, Specklebelly, Specklebellies, Scaup, Bloodroot, Jack-in-the-Pulpit, Tripoli, Frederika, Iowa
Kip Ladage is a self-taught photographer/writer from Tripoli, Iowa. Kip has been photographing nature and the outdoor world for more than 25-years. His work has been published world-wide in books, magazines, newspapers, brochures, calendars, and posters.