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The falcons progress.

The Chicks thriving An update to the progress of Melbourne’s CBD Peregrine falcons.  I’ve found it fascinating to check in on the live webcam and see the daily development of the four chicks as they go from tiny down covered hatchlings huddled under one of the parents,  to now being too large to allow for the adult to brood over.  (I assume that’s the correct terminology) Happily, to this point, all four chicks appear to be thriving with their flight […]

Yellowstone in Winter, coyotes.

Yellowstone provides both excellent landscape and wildlife photography opportunities including some encounters with coyotes.

Facebook photo challenge day 5

Day 5 of #challengeonnaturephotography on Facebook, a bird day,  3 different species from 3 different continents.

Facebook photo challenge day 4

Shallow depth of field,  warm light,  a strong diagonal,  good head angle, catch light in the eye,  great detail and colours,  all make for a pleasing photo!

Facebook photo challenge day 3

today’s image is about storytelling.   The annual migration of wildebeest across the Serengeti including a life and death crossing of the Mara River.

Facebook photo challenge day 2

a 7 day photo challenge exploring 5 different countries, viewing 7 different species and several photographic genres as well.

The seven-day photo challenge.

a seven day Facebook nature-photography challenge!

Leopard in a tree, Okavango Delta, Botswana

the leopard uses its climbing prowess to carry or drag its prey up a tree where it can eat without interference

Early morning, Keoladeo National Park.

an early morning in Keoladeo National Park at Bharatpur, India,  provides some pleasing wildlife and bird photography opportunities.

Eagle eating lizard, Tanzania.

An eagle perches to eat a lizard, Serengeti National Park, Tanzania

Lion, Ngorongoro Crater, Tanzania

A majestic lion poses for the camera, Ngorongoro Crater, Tanzania.

African Elephant, Tarangire National Park, Tanzania

The African Elephant photographed in profile. The use of Nik Viveza’s structure tool enhanced an already pleasing image!

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