The Wannabe Naturalist™ Magazine Edition 2021/2

Eugene L. Brill
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The magazine is hardly a recent invention. Less formal and of a different format than a book, the nature of the periodical is inherently collaborative. Therefore, by design and intention, each issue of The Wannabe Naturalist™ will feature different writers, photographers, and storytellers.

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That means FREE! Zero, Nothing, Zilch!

This digital and print magazine has a unique focus: relationship between photography and storytelling, and nature, the environment, and life. Each issue is focused on a relevant theme and covers stories and images that matter to those who care about nature, animals, and plants. The Wannabe Naturalist was founded in 2020 by photographer, Master Naturalist, Master Gardener, and wannabe naturalist Eugene Brill.

This issue includes:

  • Craig Underwood, from Underwood’s Fine Jewelers; a jeweler and avid nature photographer
  • Spring flowers on your Instagram feed add color and engagement
  • Gardeners Know the Dirt — A closer look at a beautiful pink flower, often considered a weed – article by Dr. Joe W. Willis
  • Saltwater intrusion in Louisiana
  • Travel to Alabama to visit Fairhope, Mobile, and Bellingrath Gardens
  • An afternoon at the Jean Lafitte National Historical Park and the Chalmette Battlefield
  • Planning a trip to New Orleans? Check out Zack Smith Photography’sNew Orleans Street Photography Workshop
  • And much more!

Photography is my passion.

I’ve invested unselfishly and without hesitation: time, money, enthusiasm, early mornings, long hikes, kayaks through Louisiana swamps. My focus is on conservation photography, including travel and destination photography. I do not capture weddings, birthdays, bar mitzvahs, babies or portraits. In summary, I prefer the natural world, sans people, in front of my lens.

Photography has become a powerful medium to enhance and facilitate conservation. Combining nature photography with the proactive, issue-oriented approach of documentary photography, conservation photography acts as an ambassador for protecting the environment and improving life on earth. Through distinct images, conservation photography furthers awareness and action surrounding conservation of the environment, wildlife, habitats, and cultures.

Simply put, by capturing moments in time in the natural world, conservation photography endorses and empowers nature conservation.

Check out some of my Landscape Photography images in this issue

To correctly view your exported PDF in the magazine format:

In Acrobat/Adobe Reader make sure the following preferences are set in the menu:

- View > Page Display menu of the PDF, select Two Page View and check Show Cover Page in Two Page View

- Preferences > Page Display > de-select Use Local Fonts

- Preferences > Page Display > set Use Overprint Preview: to Always

I hope you enjoy this issue of The Wannabe Naturalist!

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Copyright© 2021 Published by: Eugene L. Brill, LLC

  • You'll get a quarterly magazine focusing on relationship between photography and storytelling, and nature, the environment, and life.

  • Size
    1.78 MB
  • Length
    24 pages
  • You'll get a quarterly magazine focusing on relationship between photography and storytelling, and nature, the environment, and life.
  • Size1.78 MB
  • Length24 pages


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