These photos were taken in 2006 at Little Talbot Island State Park where the skeleton of a 19th century ship washed up on shore exposing the remnants of a wood hull and steel ribs that once held it together.
This part of Death Valley is 282 feet (85.5 meters) below sea level. We were only part of the way down towards the bottom.
This is a Western Chipmunk found in the western part of North America. They eat vegetation, fungi, insects, arthropods, small frogs, worms and bird eggs. Occasionally, they will eat newly hatched birds.
These two characters were found in the Sonoran Desert not far from White Tank Mountain Park.
This was my daughter about 14 years ago while on a hike. Kaela was crossing the bridge and her rosy cheeks were a telltale sign as to it being cold
Controlled burns are to help prevent forest fires that could spread quickly with the slightest ignition.
I know Heaven’s time is getting shorter too. She was wrapped up in her blanket waiting for me to get comfy so she could cuddle at my feet. She is a spoiled little girl and I’m okay with that!
Aniya passed away due to Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS). She was 34 days old.
Mr. Turtle is stretching hard here to promote some positivity as he is leading by example with his “chin up”.
This Mamma and Baby Orangutan were cozied up at the Lowry Park Zoo in Tampa. This was taken 14 years ago.