Author: williamwolfephotography

  • A New Venture

    A New Venture

    While this page will continue to be about my personal work and activities, the client based commerce based projects will be featured on a new website. Crawdad Productions will be the site for our DJ services, Video services and, of course, Photography. This new site will have all the information, so if you (or someone […]

  • WOW! It’s been awhile

    WOW! It’s been awhile

    Looking back, the last post I did was right after Hurricane Ida. Those were crazy times indeed and a lot has been going on. Not much of what’s been going on is really very interesting or worth writing about. Covid seems to be ended (hopefully) and places are getting back to normal…. well almost. I’ve […]



    The last couple of years have been pretty rough. Between Covid, mask mandates, the summer riots, the election, the January 6th riots (whatever that was), vaccines, Covid AGAIN! Masks AGAIN! The 20 year anniversary of 9/11 and the embarrassment of the way our country handled leaving that 20 year war, the last thing anyone needed […]



    Not far from Las Vegas is an area known as Red Rock Canyon. I originally thought it was part of the state or national park system. Looking at their web page now, that doesn’t seem to be the case. My first experience with Red Rock Canyon was when I pulled up to the little guard […]

  • Time to Get Back Out There!

    Time to Get Back Out There!

    Now that the worst of the Covid-19 pandemic seems to be behind us, it’s time to get back to life as normal. Of course, for the families who have lost loved ones, it will never feel normal again. I sometimes get angry with the news coverage of this terrible event and how little this fact […]

  • My Own CORVID-19 Story

    My Own CORVID-19 Story

    On March 9th, 2020 – 13 members of my family boarded a cruise ship out of New Orleans for a 5 day trip. Today, with all that’s known, that sounds like a crazy (or stupid) idea, At the time, there wasn’t a single case of Coronavirus in the state of Louisiana – not one. When […]

  • Strange Times Indeed

    Strange Times Indeed

    For my whole life, maybe because of science fiction movies or because I’m from the generation who got under their desks at school to be ‘protected’ from an atomic bomb, I assumed that the world would end in a bright white flash. That’s if you were lucky. If you weren’t so lucky, you’d spend your […]

  • Brownell Memorial Park

    Brownell Memorial Park

    I had the oppurtunity to visit the Bell Tower at Brownell Memorital Park recently. The park was closed (even though according to the sign, it shouldn’t have been). That doesn’t stop a drone from getting in. Just another advantage of having a UAV. Brownell Memorial Park is a 9.5 acre park in a natural setting […]



    Well, not really, but I do really enjoy New York City. For some reason, I just feel very comfortable there. I know I shouldn’t, there’s so many people and they’re all in a hurry. The city is noisy and busy, but I like it. It may sound strange, but with so many people there I […]

  • Up and At It!

    One of the most rewarding things about being a landscape photographer is the oppurtunity to get out early and beat the crowd. It’s very quiet in the morning and it gives you time to focus your thoughts and just concentrate on the moment. Sunrise is the best time of day for this. There just something […]