This web site was created in September 2015. Please go to to see my past work, including albums of identified wildflowers of California and trips to the Galapagos Islands and Guinea, Africa.
if you are wondering where to start on this web site, you might begin with the page to see my curated work.
“A photographer is a witness to the art that is the Earth”
~ Yann Arthus Bertrand
Images by Judy Kramer
Skyline Ridge Open Space; Cheetah at Ndutu, Tanzania; Bee on California Poppy
Of course, during the Covid-19 pandemic, many galleries and other institutions were closed. In the interim, I made books from my Tripod Travelers trips to South Africa in May 2019 and Tanzania in February 2020. Here are links to the books. They are viewed best in full screen.
I also have been hiking at local parks and have made a book, titled Spring in Place, featuring the spring wildflowers. landscapes, and animals of 2020. You can check it out at
The images in a second book made during Covid-19 shelter-in-place protocols were taken in the summer of 2020. You can check it out at .
A third book is now available, , featuring photos from the foothills and redwoods. The photos were taken June to August 2020.
And finally, I have published a book on the . It features photos taken of birds along the shoreline, most of which are from adventures in summer and fall 2020. I also have available a program (now offered on Zoom) about local birds. Contact me if you are interested in learning more.
320 South California Avenue, Palo Alto, through Printer's Cafe.
The July–August 2021 exhibit is titled Some Like It Hot. My display is of two large triptychs of lichen patterns in black, gray, beige, and hot orange.
The gallery is open and staffed Tuesday through Sunday, 10 AM–2 PM. All pieces on sale are also viewable on the web gallery at . Also check out my Gallery House blog on the site.
TALK ART–Midpeninsula Media Center
A video of the half-hour interview about my photography with host Michael Endicott can be seen at
SENIOR PLANET ARTICLE
In December 2019, Senior Planet, the organization that runs the tech center at Avenidas, published an article I wrote about how being a photographer has changed my life as an older person. Read it at .
MIDPENINSULA MEDIA CENTER
900 San Antonio Road, Palo Alto
450 Bryant Street, Palo Alto
COMMUNITY SCHOOL OF MUSIC AND ART
230 San Antonio Circle, Mountain View