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Spent about an hour photographing these swans weren't camera shy. They actually swam closer to me when they noticed me on the side of the pond!
The egret was standing on some rocks at a base of a dam.
Took a trip to visit our son in Colorado in May. Spent time at Rocky Mountain National Park, Arsenal National Wildlife Area and Barr Lake State Park.
Abstracts of uprooted pine trees in Rocky Mountain National Park.
Garden Of The Gods - Colorado
Spring photos in Wisconsin.
Showy Lady Slippers. Perhaps my favorite flower to photograph.
Lake sunrise and sunset photos.
A return trip to Colorado for fall colors. Spent a good deal of time in the San Juan Mountains in Southwest Colorado - Ouray, Ridgeway, Telluride, Silverton.
Also spent a brief time in Rocky Mountain National Park as the elk were in rut. Took a photo of an elk with main beams broken off in a fight. Hard to imagine the brute force required to snap those off in a fight. The other elk was an amazing bull - he was a 7 x 7.
Also was fortunate to photograph an endangered black-footed ferret at Arsenal Wildlife Refuge in Denver. Not only is it endangered, but nocturnal, so to catch him out during the day was really lucky.
Spent some time in South Dakota in August. Photos are from Badlands National Park, Wind Cave National Park, Custer State Park and the Black Hills area.
The bison were just coming into rut so got some photos of them showing off and challenging one another. Only one brief encounter. If you look closely at the pic, I am not sure if it is dirt or hair flying above their heads.
Cemetery Maples - Made a trip to one of the local cemeteries in town. It has dozens of huge, majestic maples throughout the property. I caught them at peak color.
Wisconsin Autumn - The fall colors were pretty in northern Wisconsin; however, the weather was not real cooperative - drizzle, overcast. After that initial weekend, the colors seemed to fizzle throughout the state.