Hiking with the best outdoors companion. This is a steep trail. Mt Rose.
Galapagos seal eying a juicy crab
My dog Foxy Roxie enjoying a run at the lake. She runs fast as the wind.
This eagle and his/her mate were hunting on the shore at low tide.
This was a great photographic opportunity, of two Mallards nestling in the tall grass ten minutes from my house here in Calgary. The wonderful colors of both the male and female mallard provide a wonderful sharp contrast against the straw like grass...
This nesting pair is on guard for intruders near their nest. They were building up the nest, getting ready to lay eggs.
After a terrible rain, taken at DVHA show grounds in NJ. This dressage show was nearly a wash out due to the storms. As a friend was warming up her horse I was trying not to get splattered with mud.
A green dragonfly sits on a wet blade of grass.
With Honey Bee numbers steadily declining, it is important to conserve their natural habitats.
It was the tale end of the blizzard in January 2010 and I looked out the window to see that there were horses in the pasture across the road. Temperature was about 15 F without wind chill,light snow and heavy winds but after 24" and house bound for a...
Common garden spider with full moon, tripod 50-200mm lens
Bird bath, caught the bird mid 180 degree hop turn
Also labeled: Wildlife
Bear using it's extraordinary strength to catch Salmon.
The University of Montevallo owns and uses as an outdoor classroom, The Ebeneezer Swamp which is a preserve that is located near a subdivision but in a still somewhat rural landscape. An important area for teaching and to insure the water table is...
Rodeo at the Fair
Also labeled: Nature
Female Kodiak Brown Bear searching for Salmon as tide enters stream
Kodiak Brown Bear searching for Salmon by swimming with head in water
it's been a while...since we've been used. all our crops are empty graves. put us back to work. please. put us back to work.
A Reddish Egret (juvenile) in-flight. I really like the reeds as a background in this. I thought it really complimented the colors of the bird.
Two Black Skimmers skimming side-by-side.
A mule deer doe and her fawn stare intently, watching to see if having their picture taken will harm them in any way.
I got up to see what I could see at sunrise while we were staying at Brooks Lodge.
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