About

I have been photographing beautiful skies, clouds, storms and landscapes for about 30 years.  That’s about all you’ll see here.  I hope you enjoy it as much as I do.

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12 Responses to About

  1. Joy Meyer says:

    Mike, I couldn’t bring up any of your pictures. What am I doing wrong?
    Joy

    • Mike Meyer says:

      Joy, the pics should just be there on the main page. There are three in the banner can you see those ok?

      mike

  2. LeAnn Reed says:

    Wow… what a great start to a blog. Love the pictures. I will come back often to see whats new. Thanks for sharing. LeAnn

    Oh… will there be pie? ; )

    • Thanks, I’m glad you like all my pictures. I have a whole lot more ready to go, so keep checking back. And if you look closely at the clouds you may see some pie. Man that joke is about two years old now. I’ll have to come up with something new.
      Mike

  3. Jonathan Bennett says:

    Hi Mike,

    What camera and lenses do you shoot with?

    Jonny

    • Most of these images were shot a long time ago with a Canon AE-1 camera and a 35-105 lens. A lot of Kodachrome and Ektachrome and some negative film. I will start loading my digital images later in the year after I run out of my film shots. I’ve had these for 25 years.
      Mike

  4. Jac says:

    You have just been “Kelby’ed” [(v.) origin; not taken from Latin but from some other photographer; definition; 1) a victim of a prank that originated by Scott Kelby; 2) your website has potential of being slammed because Scott Kelby mentioned it] BTW, love your work, had to bookmark your site. Good luck with the Kelby’ed 😉

  5. Mike; I found your site thru a link from Jeff Revell about your lightning shots. Nice job! I also saw your Amish shots. Good job. My wife and I spent a few day in Amish Country last fall. Thought you might like to see my shots. We have similar tastes. http://www.mmprophoto.com/Special-Places/Amish-Country. Check it out if you have a minute.

    • Hey Mike I checked out your site. You really got up close and personal in a few of the shots. I like the sunsetting in the “Makin Hay” pic. It really contrasts my gloomy day photos. I’ll check back for more in the future.

      Mike

  6. flit says:

    Hi Mike!

    Three things:

    1. It’s hard to stop looking at your photos
    2. You’ve got to include your contact info

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