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Im Gonna Get It!


Im Gonna Get It!

This our dog "Riley" doing fun things that puppies do. The cool thing is that I didnt realize this picture was taken until we got home and I loaded the picture onto the laptop!

The Chase - Reddish Egret


The Chase - Reddish Egret

Junk Diet


Junk Diet

A squirrel decided to enjoy the goodies he found in the trash outside a fast food location. Enjoyed the fries, maybe the soda or starbucks drinks are next.

I Said Be Quiet


I Said Be Quiet

Two blue heron chicks

"two Heads Are Better Than One"


"two Heads Are Better Than One"

While hiking trail to Mount Oberlin, two kid mountain goats happened to align themselves so as to produce an illusion of rare two headed goat.

All I Need Is A Cape


All I Need Is A Cape

75 pounds of dog, flying through the snow.

Winter Sessions


Winter Sessions

Last wave, last light of the day

Happy Valentines Day


Happy Valentines Day

Molly our dog with her Valentines Day "ears" on.

"catch Of The Day"


"catch Of The Day"

Great Blue Heron's "Catch of the Day" Photo taken at Lake Martin in St. Martin Parish, Louisiana

Punxsutawney Phil ...


Punxsutawney Phil ...

A Late Jan. Snowfall.

Snowy Mountain Butterfly


Snowy Mountain Butterfly

Following around butterflies to capture them.

Friends?


Friends?

I couldn't resist this shot. I watched the gator swim around the log then climb up, much to the chagrin of a Moorhen who was also on the log.

Flyby


Flyby

A Great Egret flys past the moon.

Oreo


Oreo

Grizzly bear chasing wolf off of kill into the path of another Grizzly bear

Indecent Exposure


Indecent Exposure

I found this mule deer buck during a recent trip to Zions National Park. He seemed to know he was safe in his surroundings, and so he lifted his leg to prove his manhood. He even went so far as to stick his tongue out at me.

Oreo


Oreo

Taken in the Lamar Valley, on the south shore of the Lamar river.

Indecent Exposure


Indecent Exposure

I found this mule deer buck during a recent trip to Zions National Park. He seemed to know he was safe in his surroundings, and so he lifted his leg to prove his manhood. He even went so far as to stick his tongue out at me.

Feeding The Squirrel


Feeding The Squirrel

Walking along the Mall in DC and feeding the squirrels crackers.

I Am Invisible


I Am Invisible

Our Cat Thomas, keeping a close eye on goings on in the backyard from his hiding spot.

Man, Dog And Tahoe


Man, Dog And Tahoe

Shot just after sunset at the Old Fire Lookout station overlooking the Biltmore Casino in NV

Also labeled: Light, Textures, Water

This Is My Best Side


This Is My Best Side

Shelly Beach is a small beach at the southern end of Sydney's famous Manly Beach. It was high summer, and In the time that I was photographing here, hundreds of tourists filed along the pathway between the two beaches. This handsome, big specimen...

Also labeled: Light, Nature, Wildlife

Antelope Island Bison


Antelope Island Bison

Looking toward Bountiful Utah.

Sheep Herding Dog Taking In The Scenery


Sheep Herding Dog Taking In The Scenery

A sheep herding dog took a few minutes to pause and take in the scenery with me on my first visit.

You Blink First


You Blink First

Iguana stare down

Also labeled: Wildlife

Now What?


Now What?

My sisters dog Copper was trying to go through the cat door. He wanted to be included in the action downstairs!

I'm Going To Get You...


I'm Going To Get You...

I was teaching my puppy to catch when i caught this shot. He looks so intent on catching the bone. He's eyeing the bone down as if to say I'm going to get you!

Also labeled: Seasons

Prayer Before Dinner - I Bow To You


Prayer Before Dinner - I Bow To You

As dusk sets in the deer and elk can be seen in number in the Grand Canyon National Park. This photo was taken with a long range lens as to not disturb the deer. He has his eyes closed and head lowered as if he is praying before his late day meal....

Eagle Over Sunset


Eagle Over Sunset

Six Point Silhouette


Six Point Silhouette

This bull needed a rest from his dualing with the rival males.

Also labeled: Forests, Grass, Light, Nature, Seasons, Wildlife

Unwanted Guest


Unwanted Guest

American Bald Eagles migrate to the Farmington Bay area every year in late January- early February. They will feed on the carp found in the bay. Sometimes the competition for food gets intense.

Also labeled: Nature, Water, Wildlife

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