Wildlife Photo Tour | Portfolio : Super moon, Tucson AZ
Black-necked Grebe, Poland by Pascal De Munck Wildlife Photo Of The Day by Pascal De Munck from Belgium Lying down on the ground under a camouflage net, I could take this picture of these Black-necked Grebes. VISIT WEBSITE Canon 5D Mk III Canon 500mm f/5.6 1/3200sec ISO 1250 Well done, Pascal. Your picture was chosen as the Wildlife... http://lp-mag.com/ucsb
This rustic picture frame is handmade. We have our own sawmill and use the trees from our woodlot for our woodworking projects. To make our
Jan Nagalski (off for awhile) posted a photo: On my first birding trip to Florida six years ago, the first picture I took was of an Anhinga. So, I thought it would be appropriate to post this Anhinga for this year's first picture. This grooming Anhinga was seen at J.R."Ding" Darling National Wildlife Refuge. It's amazing to me how the long-necked birds are able to twist their necks into contorted positions.
Cheetah, Tanzania by Andy Edge Wildlife Photo Of The Day by Andy Edge from the UK This was a young Cheetah, following its mother as she began to hunt. The Cheetah and its siblings seemed more interested in climbing and play chasing each other. Canon 5D Mk IV Canon 500mm f/6.3 1/400sec ISO 500 Well done, Andy. Your picture... http://lp-mag.com/1xpl
Doe Under a Tree - Whitetail Deer, Adirondack Wildlife, Nature Photograph, Wildlife Photo, Deer Photography, Whitetail Photo, Doe and Tree, Picture of Deer, Cute Animals. An Adirondack whitetail doe feeding under a tree. This photo will be printed on top-quality photo paper using Canon ChromaLife ink for a 100-300 year album life under glass. Choose from Arctic Luster finish, which features a deep luster finish and offers the perfect balance between deeply saturated color and minimized…
Snacking Chipmunk - Adirondack Camping Photograph, Chipmunk Photo, Squirrel Picture, Funny Wildlife Photography, Adirondack Wildlife Print, Humorous Wildlife, Adirondack Wildlife Photography. A common site when camping at state campgrounds in the Adirondacks is the chipmunk. They like being fed and I've even been able to get them to climb on my lap to take a peanut from my hands. This particular chipmunk seemed to be begging for one of the cheese crackers we were eating so I tossed him…
"Relaxing Leopard in the Tree" by Simon Eeman: I spotted this stunning leopard in Kruger National Park who was relaxing in a tree with a full belly. It was so relaxed that I spent almost an hour with him. He looked at me and I took this picture just before I left, leaving the leopard enjoying its nap.