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Bob Curley is the editor of Chimani, a publisher of mobile apps on the outdoors with a particular focus on the National Parks.
About 100 years ago, President Teddy Roosevelt referred to Yellowstone as a “wonderland,” and said, “The creation and preservation of such a great natural playground, in the interest of our people as a whole, is a credit to the nation.”
In my job I’m often deployed to remote places to photograph and write about parcels of land that have recently been protected or otherwise conserved.
On the previous page, Matt Copeland shared some hard learned advice for how to get better fish photos when handling fish in front of the lens.
The blog I run with Steven Brutger, Stalking the Seam, has published 148 photographs of fish, some better than others.
With Knoxville, Tennessee, in my rearview mirror, my first OWAA Conference was done.
First, I have to apologize for starting off with a cliché, but I think I can justify it.
As President of OWAA, I feel our organization’s financial matters are among the most important things for me to monitor.
The Adventures of Bubba Jones: Time Traveling Through the Great Smoky Mountains