… well, for an ant, anyway.
… well, actually, from the rear of a spittlebug, Google tells me.
Trouble the Cattle Dog has a new squeaky toy. Appropriately enough, it’s a cow.
… in the woods at my university.
I love the little cock of his head, as though he’s checking out what I’m doing down here.
Harris Hawks hunt in family groups. Generally the lead female is the alpha, but the new lead male is trying to establish his place, and is pushing her off the top perch on a Saguaro cactus. Shot at the Arizona Sonora Desert Museum’s twice-daily Raptor Free Flight.
Go tell the kids – Santa ain’t coming this year.
… a meadow demonstration project near my university,.
My neighbor’s Shih-Tzu is a therapy dog out at the hospital and they’re doing a set of note cards featuring the best-looking in the pack. He asked me if I’d take some shots to see if they can get her in the collection. First crack at dog photography, so bear with me.
As promised, here are the pictures from my Nikon D7200. Again, I played with all of them in photoshop a bit, just to sharpen things up or make colors pop. Nothing major. Some of these didn’t turn out half bad. The first one is of Dame Carcas. She greets you at the front gate.
Sidney, Nebraska – statue honoring the Pony Express. Artist – Peter M. Fillerup of Wild West Designs
… bighorn sheep chillin’ in Badlands National Park.
… for six bighorn sheep in Badlands National Park.