Wildlife, Nature and Landscapes make up most of what we share here on the Trogography website, along with other genres from time-to-time. With regard to nature photography, it can get a little confusing since wildlife and landscapes can be considered nature photography. In fact, Wikipedia’s first sentence for nature photography states: “Nature photography is a wide range of photography taken outdoors and devoted to displaying nature elements such as landscapes, wildlife, plants and close-ups of nature scenes and textures.” PSA has a definition, and there are others, and the discussion would take more time than is necessary. To keep it simple, if an image “displays nature elements” but doesn’t fit into the wildlife or landscape bucket, it will be considered as belonging to Nature.

Eastern Tiger Swallowtail (female) in the flowers
Painted Lady butterfly on a pale coneflower
Easter Tiger Swallowtail (female) in flight