One of Namibia's impressive elephant bulls photographed from an underground bunker in Etosha National Park.
This is the same bunker from where I
Image of a Herd of Elephants on the banks of Chobe river. The adults seem to be protective of the young one.
Stannage edge sits in the NE corner of the Derbyshire Peak District. By UK standards it was quite chilly, minus 6 degrees centigrade.
Another from Barnegat. Last one from me, for now. This is very similar to one Geoffrey posted last week. We must have tripped the shutter at the same
This BHG in winter plumage has a faraway look in it's eye. Perhaps he is thinking he should be at sea instead of sitting on a railing beside a fresh water
Wow, how time flies. This milestone had completely slipped by me, until Gail pointed it out in my previous thread. Little did I know when I joined BPN
Portrait of a snow and ice covered bull bison; veteran survivor of countless brutal Yellowstone winters. Canon 5D III, 500mm f/4 IS + 1.4x, ISO 1250,
Pacific Coast near La Jolla, California, January 19, 2016.
Canon 5D III, 17-40mm lens @ 17mm, 10 stop neutral density filter, RRS tripod, cable
I don't think I've posted this before....This image was created by combining photos of a ferris wheel at the NYS Fair: I took them with different shutter
I captured this image at Circle B Bar Reserve at the end of May last year. The water level had dropped so the wading birds were attracted to the remaining
Photo made and processed with iPhone 6s Plus with Enlight and Pic Tap Go apps and a bit of Photoshopping to merge 3 differently apped versions and added
One of our recent snows stuck to the trees. Post Processing Topaz Simplify Buz Sim Desaturated II.
This was taken after a fresh snowfall, which made a nice backdrop on surrounding trees. Very little crop, all processed in Lightroom.
I have 2 versions of this image. One with both bits of grass in the image and one with only one bit of grass.
What would you do? Feel free to take
A flock of about 150 Evening Grosbeaks were reported not too long ago from Algonquin, so I had to go.
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