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In recent years, I have been using more of my own photography to illustrate my books. I take photographs for my nature blog and my birding column in The Record. I have taken aerial photographs for The Nature Conservancy in New Jersey via LightHawk.
EVERY PICTURE TELLS A STORY
Jim Wright, who writes the Bird Watcher column for The Record, believes that writing and photography often have the greatest impact when combined. His new book, "The Real James Bond" -- about the world’s most celebrated case of identity theft -- features more than 100 images, including many that Jim took in the Caribbean. His nature books, which include Hawk Mountain and The Nature of the Meadowlands, are striking because of the way the color photography works with the words. Ditto the two local blogs he started -- “The Celery Farm and Beyond” and the “Meadowlands Nature Blog.” He has also written several ebooks, including "Duke Farms' Bald Eagles," for Duke Farms and the Conserve Wildlife Foundation. Jim's amply illustrated talk will feature his photos from The Real James Bond and from his nature adventures in the Garden State.