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The Perfect Road


The Perfect Road

This was to road going into the Budongo Rain Forest where we would see the wild chimps of Uganda. We were fortunate to locate them and capture some wonderful images. This shot reminds me of that adventure of a lifetime.

Wildfire Sunset


Wildfire Sunset

Driving from Dallas to Buffalo Gap the smoke was thick all the way. Saturday was clear until sun started setting into the layers of smoke played tricks on the sky. This is a scary time in Texas with fires out of control.

Roaring Fork


Roaring Fork

Having found photography just last year, I've been waiting all Winter to get back out and advance my portfolio this Spring. I took advantage of $19 off-season hotel rates in Pigeon Forge, TN to visit the nearby Smoky Mountains in early April of this...

Shadow Of The Cone


Shadow Of The Cone

Scan from slide image made on summit of Capulin Volcano after passing of thunderstorm with late evening light casting shadow on landscape. 1992

Moon Burn


Moon Burn

Elevated blind that barely survived the west Texas grass fires of mid- April 2011. Fires left behind a scorched moonscape.

Nature’s Bliss


Nature’s Bliss

Nagsasa Cove composed of beauty and pristine silence of nature away from town. Very few people have seen this place because there are no facilities here nor mobile phone signal as well.

Bachelors Buttons


Bachelors Buttons

Spring Picnic


Spring Picnic

This mink came out of an exposed rootball in Caulley Creek as I sat on the bank resting at the end of a day in the woods. He has a large crayfish in his mouth which he proceeded to devour at the other side of the tree.

Spring Picnic


Spring Picnic

This mink came out of an exposed rootball in Caulley Creek as I sat on the bank resting at the end of a day in the woods. He has a large crayfish in his mouth which he proceeded to devour at the other side of the tree.

Picnicing Mink


Picnicing Mink

I had been out all day looking for opportunities in Wayne National Forest and hadn't had much luck. I had sat on the creek bank in the Cauley Creek area and after a while I heard a plunk in the water. The next thing I knew, here was this Mink eating a...

The Gaurdian


The Gaurdian

Father guarding over the nest while Mother hunts for food to satisfy the infants appetite.

Fire Pink Dream


Fire Pink Dream

The Scarlet Star


The Scarlet Star

The scarlet star is a flower that dots hilly and wooded terrain. I love the rich red color of this flower which is one of several color variation of this bloom.

Nature Comeback


Nature Comeback

We had several fires last spring and it is always a sad time when vegetation is destroyed, but as you can see, the wooded area is on a comeback. It seems tat nature always finds a way.

Spring Bloom


Spring Bloom

One of the several spring blooms that can be found along the creeks of Wayne National Forest in Southeastern Ohio. I am embarrassed to say that the name of these flowers. If someone could help me I would appreciate it.

The First Found Trillium.


The First Found Trillium.

My first trip out to find wild flowers this year. It was an unusually cold winter this year, with several snow events here which have delayed the flowers a little it seems, but you can always count on trillium to arrive in April.

Trillium Smile


Trillium Smile

I was competing this past weekend in a 24hour photo competition called "shoot the hills" in the Logan OH area when I found this and many other trillium along a creek bank.

The First Found Trillium.


The First Found Trillium.

My first trip out to find wild flowers this year. It was an unusually cold winter this year, with several snow events here which have delayed the flowers a little it seems, but you can always count on trillium to arrive in April.

Trillium Smile


Trillium Smile

I was competing this past weekend in a 24hour photo competition called "shoot the hills" in the Logan OH area when I found this and many other trillium along a creek bank.

The Scarlet Star


The Scarlet Star

The scarlet star is a flower that dots hilly and wooded terrain. I love the rich red color of this flower which is one of several color variation of this bloom.

Nature Comeback


Nature Comeback

We had several fires last spring and it is always a sad time when vegetation is destroyed, but as you can see, the wooded area is on a comeback. It seems tat nature always finds a way.

Northern Cardinal Male


Northern Cardinal Male

The always beautiful Northern Cardinal

Easter Lambs


Easter Lambs

Also labeled: Animals, Green

Spring Break


Spring Break

The newborn colts out for some bluebonnets.

Spring Reflection


Spring Reflection

A phalarope I found in the Horse Prairie Valley near the Red Butte.

Also labeled: Animals, Green, Nature, Seasons, Water, Wildlife

Late Riser


Late Riser

A mule deer doe I found near Bloody Dick Creek.

Elk Calf


Elk Calf

An elk calf I found in the Celway Creek Drainage. It was late sprind and the calf was almost big enough to run with his mother

Also labeled: Animals, Forests, Green, Nature, Seasons, Wildlife

You Can't See Me


You Can't See Me

A mule deer fawn I found last year near Bloody Dick Creek.

Also labeled: Animals, Forests, Nature, Wildlife

The Salvation Mountains Of Caleruega


The Salvation Mountains Of Caleruega

The Weary


The Weary

Nesting near a Fox den not a Good idea.

Also labeled: Animals, Green, Nature

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