www.willisgreinerphoto.com represents the web presence of Willis Greiner Photography. Here you will be able to view the landscape, wildlife and underwater photographs of Conifer, Colorado fine art photographer Willis Greiner. You will also be able to access some examples of his astrophotography and link to his award-winning web site -- astrophotographs.com. A new addition to this astronomy content is Willis' photographic exploration of the 2010 Total Lunar Eclipse. Further global photographic exploration can be experienced by clicking through to the Photofantasia section of this web site or linking to his and Cheryl Price's unique photofantasia.com web site. Don't miss the wildlife, landscape and astronomical Total Solar Eclipse images as seen in the African Galleries and also accessed through the wildlife section of this web site. Willis' special thanks to long-time friend, fellow river runner and nature enthusiast Sue Bellagamba of The Nature Conservancy, Moab, Utah for this profound quote now found on the African Pages:
“Africa gets under your skin and into your soul.” -- Sue Bellagamba
No doubt! What a powerful and recondite, yet almost obvious statement.
Yellowstone National Park's wildlife is observed through the lens and pen of Willis Greiner in the new Yellowstone gallery and narrative "Wolf Watching in Yellowstone's Off Seasons." These features are also accessed through the wildlife section of this website.
Please take some time to review Willis' newest images, presented on a "beta" or test thumbnail page. Follow this text link to access these new photographs, and make a point of sending your comments to Willis! Of special interest might also be the arctic galleries, which exhibit several stunning images of polar bears and arctic fox presented against the stark monochromatic backdrop of the Canadian sub arctic region near Churchill, Manitoba.
Check out Willis' underwater "Orange Cup Coral" photograph on the BBC's internet web site. It was used as part of a continuing series on the health of the Earth's coral reefs. To view the photograph and access the BBC's articles click on this text, or go to the underwater section of willisgreinerphoto.com.
New -- www.willisgreinerphoto.com wins the prestigious "Literary Appeal Award!" Below are the details from author Wendell Mayo:
"It's great to hear from you and to
consider your new site for the award! I personally loved the narrative
concerning the migratory habits of elephants over a flooded area, so
To access the photographs presented on this site, please click on the large text links above left. You will be transported to one of the five "galleries" displaying the images of Willis Greiner. Once arriving at a particular gallery individual photographs are displayed by clicking on one of the named photos appearing in the left column. Clicking on the text link results in a large view of that particular photograph. In the African Galleries thumbnail images are used for navigation to the larger photographs. Print, biographical and contact information is also available.
Text links on this web site are designated by blue text which changes to orange as you pass over it with your mouse. Text links are not underlined. To return to another gallery click on the large navigation text above left (this navigation appears on every page of this web site) or use the links contained in the filmstrip image map as above right and also on each page. All site navigation is additionally available as simple text at the bottom of each page.
To search this site use the convenient Google search engine below. Just click on the "search willisgreinerphoto.com" radio button and type in your suggested search term, such as "elephant" or "narratives." The Google search engine will then immediately suggest links within this web site by opening a new search window. To return to willisgreinerphoto.com simply close the new search window or click on one of the suggested links.
[Special Note: www.willisgreinerphoto.com was developed with Macromedia's Dreamweaver on a G-3 Power Macintosh. It displays properly on the Mac with all post 4.0 browsers, best perhaps with the most recent Internet Explorer, Firefox or Mac's Safari. On the Windows platform it also displays properly on all post 4.0 Java-enabled browsers. (That is, ones that display cascading style sheets and the like. With Netscape, version 6.0 is required to view all the Java enhancements, but the photography displays properly with all post 4.0 versions.) On some smaller Windows screens (laptops with low-resolution displays) some information or photographs may be cut off.]
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