These two fawns tried to find a little shade in my backyard for an afternoon nap while momma was out foraging for food.
Skipper on basketflower
Trumpet vine appears to be about to swallow common honey bee.
Hand held F9, 1/80th sec., ISO 400. Manual focus. Garden wisteria.
Texas bull frog
This Great White Egret took no time in swallowing this catch. The backlight kicked the color of the fish up just right.
A Wood Stork along a pond in Florida.
This ladybug wasn't about to pose for a picture. It was in a big hurry, running down the stem of this plant.
Blue Jay in a tree in my back yard.
Cardinal behind branches.
FishEye in the sky
David Teixeira Olympus E30 Lente: 70/300mm
Ladybug on grass blade
Viseu Olympus E 30 Lente: 70/300mm
Common garden spider with full moon, tripod 50-200mm lens
This male Northern Flicker spent several weeks this spring preparing a nesting cavity. Spring color had not yet arrived, but his beautiful red crescent on the nape made him easy to spot.
Also labeled: Light
There is a 4.2 mile auto tour at Ridgefield National Wildlife Refuge that allows one to photograph numerous species of birds using the car as the blind. This juvenile was quite cooperative and posed on a weed on my left hand side as I was driving.
The light was pinpoint focused as I took this photo of a very active American Wigeon.
Also labeled: Animals
I had never taken a good look at a rattlesnake's tongue before, and was delighted by the little strip of blue!
The light was just right on this morning to shoot this Black Crowned Night Heron waiting for a meal. With the angle of light adding a glow to the nocturnal bird, I further enhance the shot with a 1/2 second exposure to gain movement in the rushing...
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