Moving along the river with his cows, was the biggest bull elk we had seen in either Yellowstone or Grand Teton. We had seen some big bulls but this guy was a monster. If a large bull elk weighs 700 lbs, this bull would have been at least 800 lbs.
As we drove up the mountain, we watched the temperature in the van dip lower and lower the higher we went. At this point we wondered when the rain would turn to snow.
The Migratory Bird Treaty Act of 1918 was created between the United States and Great Britain (for Canada) to protect the populations of all protected migratory birds and later amended between the U.S. and Mexico, U.S. and Japan, and the U.S. and the Soviet…
For my last square top, of course it had to be a bird. This is a wood stork and is found in the southeastern part of the United States. This guy sat on top of this hollowed out tree that has several woodpecker nesting…
The lorikeets will become your BFFs when you purchase the nectar and enter the large aviary.
Tweety was smart and Frank trained him. When he wanted to be on Frank or get petted, Frank would tell him to go poop on command and he would.
All of these photos were pulled out of my archives. Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge – Outdoor Ways to Move.
Reddish Egret perched on top of a tree in Wesley Chapel, Florida. I watched him fly in and land while sitting on the back patio of my best friend’s home. Click the panel below to visit Becky’s site and the April Squares Photo Challenge:
This multitasking osprey was staring me down while eating his fresh catch and taking a celebratory dump. I watched this bird land on this old cypress tree snag with the fish and claw at it until it stopped wiggling around. Photographed near Little Talbot…
I could hear them long before I could see them.
Thoughts, Dreams and Ramblings of a Woman over 50
I discover, motivate and rejuvenate here !!
little ideas big pictures
Do photos convey any philosophy?
Not just live and let live, but live and help live
Lets Go Nuts Together
Capturing the beauty of God's creation through the lens of a camera
poetry and short stories
Mary K. Eastman ~ Mary Kay Diffin
joy, happiness, travel, adventure, gratitude
My Own Paradise: Life on Seven and a Half Acres
A somewhat healthy obsession with photography
Non Desistas. Non Exieris.
photography and life
where all emotions are cared for!
Refugees welcome - Flüchtlinge willkommen I am teaching German to refugees. Ich unterrichte geflüchtete Menschen in der deutschen Sprache. I am writing this blog in English and German because my friends speak English and German. Ich schreibe auf Deutsch und Englisch, weil meine Freunde Deutsch und Englisch sprechen.
Life with my camera
age is just a (biggish) number
Looking ahead, without looking back (too often)
Curiosity run amok . . .
Smile;) Its daisy
The camera gave me an incredible freedom. It gave me the ability to parade through the world and look at people and things very, very closely. Carrie Mae Weems
ACTION Speaks LOUDER Than WORDS
My world of nostalgia and happiness