You know it is the end of winter in Hawaii not by the climate change but when the Humpbacks are migrating back to the icy waters of Alaska. This Humpback was leaving Hawaii for the winter and decided to give me a farewell show. Taken from a sailboat...
Amazing scenes of fog and snow, and the patient sheep chewing, coughing, watching.
Chipmunk eating potato chip
St. Patrick's Day Parade held 3/7/2015 in downtown Binghamton, where it snowed like crazy during the hour long parade.
Mr. and Mrs. Mallard out for a swim on the Pelican River on a beautiful late-winter afternoon.
male cardinal on a very windy cold day
Geese discover a frozen storm water retention pond has melted.
Curious young red tail hawk kept flying over head to check me out.
If you look closely and carefully you will see a little bird sitting on top of the rock. She truly was enjoying the sunset as I did :)
Walking along the rainforest, I noticed the similar angle of the Common Moorehen and the Yellow Bird of Paradise. Patience led to the angles lining up.
Another iguana I photographed while he was crawling around on the tree tops!:)
a female cardinal feeding
Arbuckle Creek is a wonderful scenic wildlife creek running into Lake Istapoga. Excellent to view by Airboat. I feel so fortunate to be here in Florida for the Winter. We typically abandon our summer home in Snowy, Frozen Wisconsin from October to May...
We found a group of Bison warming in a hot spring in Yellowstone in January.
The monotones in the image combined with the only color in the brave plant growing in the lava rock looks manipulated, but it's not.
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