Not a lot of photo news on our end. We have pretty much been sticking close to home since early March due to Covid-19. We are fortunate to be healthy and safe in our secluded forest home, and are adjusting/adapting to our new reality. We are enjoying virtual visits with friends and family via Zoom, as are many people, but it certainly can’t replace in-person gatherings. We have had to cancel our photo trips beginning with a planned spring trip south to Virginia and the Carolinas in March and April, as well as a trip to New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and beyond in May. We have stopped making any plans for photo trips as the virus moves around the country, waiting to see if things will settle down. Paul tries to get out occasionally to a local pond/swamp/marsh to get sunrise and sunset photos, but options are limited with no overnight or extended trips for now. It feels very much like a holding pattern for the time being. In the meantime, you can enjoy some great photos of our past travels in the sliding photos above and by clicking on the various links in the menu bar. We hope you are all well and staying safe out there.
Paul Rezendes’ lifelong love of nature is the inspiration for his compelling and transcendent images of North America’s wild, rural, and coastal habitats. With over 35 years of experience, Paul’s high-quality fine art photographs have appeared in hundreds of calendars, magazines, posters, catalogues, postcards and books, as well as brochures and promotional materials for corporate and commercial accounts in the US and abroad.