Friends, colleagues, and students occasionally ask me about what I get up to on these fossil trips. Explaining the processes, and showing images of my finds, seems to answer many of those questions. However, what is lacking is that context of seeing me in that element. So focused as I am on taking photos of a site and its fossils that I never really think to turn the camera back at the less important subject of the guy who bashes the rocks. For that, I can only rely on candid shots taken by others. In this short post, a slideshow of yours truly in his preferred element outside the classroom.
Many of these photos were taken by Deb, but a few of them by others. Some include group shots of field comrades. The areas are from all over: Arkona, Penn Dixie, Brechin, etc.