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Against the glow of a striking early sunrise, an Anhinga begins its flight pattern for a dive into the water seeking a morning meal. Captured with a Canon 5D, Mark III with a Canon 300mm lens, f/2.8, 1/1600, ISO 800.
It was almost as if on cue that when I was ready to take their picture all the pelicans took a dive!
A dragonfly perched on a branch.The image was processed in Digital Photo Professional. Further tonal adjustments were made in Elements.
An Arizona Bobcat was stopped for a photo by blowing it a kiss as it came out of the brush I saw it enter.
A dragonfly perched on a branch..The image was processed in Digital Photo Professional. .A highpass filter was used to sharphen the file. This was done in Elements.
Migrating snowy egrets taking a break to feed in the shallow waters of a lily pond.
American alligator resting on a log. Since moving to Louisiana and learning more about them, I have a lot of respect for these animals.
Most mornings in Cuyahoga Valley National Park you will have fog settling in portions of the park. When it's settling over Kendall Lake it's a sight to see, especially in Autumn. The wildlife also flourishes there.
Tarsiers are small animals with enormous eyes; each eyeball is approximately 16 mm in diameter and is as large as its entire brain. (Shumaker, Robert W.; Benjamin B. Beck (2003). Primates in Question. Smithsonian Books. ISBN 1-58834-151-8.)
Shot taken at Belmar Park, a 127 acre park in Lakewood Colorado. Currently there are 4 pair of nesting Blue Heron.
Belmar Park consists of a small lake and a short trail that goes around the lake. This park, tucked away in Lakewood, Colorado, is home to a wide variety of birds. Great blue herons, American Avocets, spotted sandpipers, snowy egrets and black-crowned...
Say's Phoebe -- Guardian of Horses Glendale, AZ
A Say's Phoebe (flycatcher species) rests on a chimney while watching the sun set over the Sonoran Desert near Phoenix, Arizona.
A polar bear stalks a Red Fox who, in turn, is stalking an Arctic Hare
Wild horses, someone always thinks they are the boss.
Bull elk bugling in the Cataloochee Valley of the Great Smoky Mountain National Park during fall rut.
"This new day is too dear, with its hopes and invitations, to waste a moment on the yesterdays." Ralph Waldo Emerson
Teton Mountain Ranged, photographed from Jackson Hole, Wyoming. October 2014
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Screech owl nesting in a maple tree. They return every year and this is the third year they have nested. I've gotten to become friends with them over the years as I spend time with them each year they return.
Amazing sunrise that I've experienced on one of my camping trip. This panorama image was a bit tricky to do because the rising sun behind the tree was moving quickly.
Taken whilst climbing at Black Crag (Wrynose, Lake District, UK)
A grizzly bear steps into the still thawing Snake River in late Spring as the last light of day quickly fades.
Taken late afternoon in Queensland, Maleny Hinterland, he comes and visits me every day, with his mate.
Last drink before going to sleep
Fox beautiful mother and her baby !! An exceptional moment of Nature Philippe DE-BRUYNE© http://monregardsurlanature.com/
Big Horn Sheep on Hillside near Big Sky Montana
California Condor #204, "Amigo", shows us his incredible wingspan. In reality, he was warming and drying his wings on a chilly, damp morning. The cliffs of Big Sur are a wildlife lovers paradise!
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