Looks like Tim did pretty good that day. That's a nice pile of fillets.
All are fabulous, but the one of the brown creeper is beyond special.
Super portrait of a truly elegant bird. (I think the white stuff you see is evidence of their frequent preening)
Extremely well done - especially No. 2.
Sure makes me want to visit.
Great images all. The last is my favorite - the back glow is priceless.
I prefer the black and white. To me, the blue flannel shirt is distracting. I think I'd also prefer a closer crop to emphasize that weathered cowboy face and lessen the impact of the tree branches in the background.
That said, both are mighty fine images.
My grandmother used to say "nothing truly worthwhile comes easy," and you have provided yet another example of her wisdom.
Great images. Thanks for sharing.
A great example of what is called "hoarfrost."
Great image as well.
I never would have thought to bait them with lobster ... learn something new every day (hehe)
Seriously, awesome shots.
Thanks for sharing.
Great information (to go with great photos). I've never seen a snowy in the wild but hope to one day soon.
Thanks for sharing so much.
I'm curious to know how you tell if it's male or female.
I like to think he was giving you what he thought you wanted; a no-nonsense NYC street cop look. One thing's for sure, when the you-know-what hits that proverbial fan, I want this guy at my back. :)
Terrific shots. Owls are generally very elusive. You are lucky to get an opportunity to photograph one in broad daylight. I believe this is a barred owl. I am always amazed at the effectiveness of nature's camouflage. Wonderful images. Thanks for sharing.
Great shot ... although the guy in the foreground is distracting. I'd shop (fill) him out of there.
As for the rider surviving the run, I know nothing about the sport, but the angle of the board suggests he will soon exit the tube and glide to shore.
Thanks for sharing.
Wow! Just superb. I'm envious.