Wednesday, May 16, 2018

Wildlife and Nature Photography by Judy Royal Glenn

Wildlife and Nature Photography by Judy Royal Glenn
Judy Royal Glenn Photography

I am happy to announce I launched my fine art wildlife and nature photography website last night. I have beautiful wildlife and nature photographs for sale, which would be perfect wall art décor for your home or office.

Here is a snippet I wrote about myself on my homepage:  "Jesus is behind all I do as a photographer. I feel the Lord reveals Himself to me through His nature, and feel this is a gift that allows me to see the raw beauty of creation through His eyes. He even allowed me to photograph two miracles at once! To view this amazing photograph, go to my "About Judy" page.

My favorite subject to photograph is bears, but I also love to photograph all wildlife, flowers, and birds—especially hummingbirds:) I also created the Hummingbird Trail at the State Botanical Garden of Georgia, teach a class about hummingbirds and the trail, and lead Hummingbird Trail walks:)"

I would love for you to go to my website and let me know what you think! You can leave a comment on my "Contact" page. Please click the link below:) Thank you in advance!!

Tuesday, May 15, 2018

Awkward First Kiss

“Awkward First Kiss”
Judy Royal Glenn Photography

These great blue herons seemed to have an awkward first kiss at the Magnolia Plantation and Gardens.

Location: Charleston, South Carolina

Sunday, May 13, 2018

In Tow

“In Tow”
Judy Royal Glenn Photography

Mother’s do so much for the family. The sow raises the cubs on her own and tries to protect them from the dangers in the wild.

She has two of her three cubs in tow while foraging for food. The other cub briefly stayed behind a short distance away in a tree.

Happy Mother’s Day!! Thanks for all you do!!

Location:  Cades Cove, Tennessee in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park

Thursday, May 10, 2018


Judy Royal Glenn Photography

In continuing to honor mothers this week, I wanted to re-post a photograph of “Faith.” Faith was discovered while I was giving a tour of the Hummingbird Trail at the State Botanical Garden of Georgia. An attendee witnessed her sitting down on her nest right in front of us.

Female ruby-throated hummingbirds are single moms, as the male plays no part after conception. She spends about a week building the nest, lays on the eggs 12-16 days, feeds the hungry babies for 18-28 days and for about 4-10 days after fledging. Sometimes the females have second and thirds broods!

To read the backstories on Faith, click here, here, here, here, and here. 

I took several videos of Faith and put them on my YouTube channel. Here is one of my favorites: 

Thanks for all you do moms! Happy early Mother’s Day!

Tuesday, May 1, 2018

Fringed Blue Heron

“Fringed Blue Heron”
Judy Royal Glenn Photography

This is definitely a different kind of blue heron that I have never seen before! My eye was drawn to the fringed petals.

Location: Gibbs Gardens, Ball Ground, Georgia
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