Dec 30, 2014

2014 Top Ten List

2014 Top Ten

It's been a wonderful year with many exciting opportunities and I want to thank everyone for their support.

Dec 26, 2014

Winter Watcher

Another one on my 2014 Top Ten List.  Pine Marten in Algonquin Provincial Park.

Dec 25, 2014

You Have My Attention

This one made my 2014 Top Ten List.

Family Time

Cow Elk & Calf in Ontario

The Boys

Wild Bull Elk in Ontario, Canada

Dec 23, 2014

Dec 18, 2014

Dec 16, 2014

Winter Weasel

Pine Marten in Algonquin Provincial Park. Not the easiest little guys to find!


Elk in Ontario, Canada

Dec 15, 2014

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All Tired Out

After exploring there was lots of laying around...


He spent some time exploring and the rest of the day laying around and yawning, I think he wore himself out!

Terraces Of Travertine

Lower Terraces in Mammoth Hot Springs, Yellowstone National Park

Follow Me

Bridge over the Firehole River in the Upper Geyser Basin in Yellowstone National Park.

Dec 12, 2014

Winds Of Change

Killbear Provincial Park

White on White

How can you not love cold climates with photo opportunities like these?!!!

Dec 11, 2014


Snowy Owl in Ottawa, Ontario


Pine Marten in Algonquin Provincial Park

Dec 10, 2014

Frosty & Foxy

My Christmas card image is ready but now I'm probably out of time to print and send them :-(

Winter Wonderland

Wild Elk in Ontario, Canada


Wild Elk in Ontario, Canada

Life is all about maintaining balance...

Florida Burrowing Owl

Itchy Owlet

Florida Burrowing Owlet


Florida Burrowing Owlet


Florida Burrowing Owlets

Dec 9, 2014

Rain Dance

Burrowing Owl Rain Dance in Florida


Pine Marten in Algonquin Provincial Park

Dec 8, 2014


I may not like the cold...but I love winter shooting opportunities.

Mr. Cold Paws

Dec 3, 2014


He seemed to think I was pretty funny this weekend. Captions welcomed :-) lolz.

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Female Elk

Their expressions are priceless!

Dec 2, 2014

Standing Guard

I had a little time on this trip to head over and see the Elk. I think this is Mr. Unfortunate but it’s pretty hard to tell since there are three adult males in the herd.