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    Brighton Dam Azalea Garden, Brookeville, Maryland - 5 acres and 22,000 plants in 15 varieties.
     
    Brighton Dam Azalea Garden
    Wed Apr 27, '16 06:36AM
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    Outer Banks, North Carolina. Processed in Capture One Pro 8.
     
    Sea Oats
    Sun Jul 11, '04 07:05PM
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    Stunning moon!
     
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    Tue May 13, '14 10:06PM
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    I like the way all of the elements of this photo came together - the light on the heron, the reflection, the contrasting green and blue colors. Taken at Delaware's Bombay Hook National Wildlife Refuge.
     
    Stalking Heron
    Tue Apr 15, '14 02:41AM
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    East African Blue Bird
    Thu May 15, '14 05:09PM
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    Running wildebeest during the migration in 2011.
     
    Running
    Mon Aug 15, '11 01:53PM
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    These parrots have invaded Israel over the last 10 years causing untold damage to crops / gardens amd other wildlife/birds
     
    Eating the weeds
    Thu Apr 03, '14 03:31PM
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    This is in Victoria on Vancouver Island, British Columbia. You would never find this place if someone didn't tell you about it. It is a house in a residential neighborhood that was turned into a tea room and gardens. I highly recommend it if you go to Victoria.
     
    Abkhazi Gardens
    Wed Aug 24, '11 06:43PM
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    Elk in Yellowstone
     
    Female Elk with a cheesy grin
    Tue Jun 04, '13 12:59PM
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    I took this shot with my new Sigma 150-500mm lens, hand-held, at Maryland's Eastern Neck National Wildlife Refuge.  The eagle's wings show motion blur, as I snapped the shutter just a moment before the bird launched itself off of the branch.
     
    Bald Eagle Taking Flight
    Thu Feb 20, '14 08:47AM
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    At this time of the year there are a number of different duck species, including canvasbacks like this one, to be found in the Choptank River at the foot of Oakley Street in Cambridge, Maryland.  A photographer friend of mine mentioned the location to me twice before I finally took the hint.  Yesterday was a perfect opportunity for me to go there and try out my new Sigma 150-500mm optically stabilized lens.  This image was hand held.
     
    Canvasback Duck
    Sat Feb 22, '14 07:07AM
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    Desert Partridge
    Fri Nov 29, '13 07:16AM
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    I was very fortunate to get a daylight shot of this spotted eagle owl. i was walking along a dirt road in a nature reserve and as I passed a bush, there it was... I'm not sure who was more surprised, but I do know I was quicker on the upshot and got the image before the owl flew away
     
    Eagle owl in the fynbos
    Mon Oct 07, '13 12:40PM
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    two white collared vultures waiting for the day to warm up so they can take to the skies.. (sorry, about uploading 2 in this category today)
     
    flapping around
    Sun Oct 20, '13 03:05AM
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    An oxpecker cleaning the ears of an Impala doe...
     
    A word in your ear!
    Sat Oct 19, '13 09:09AM
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    the lioness had just picked up a scent that was strange to her and in response by baring the fangs like this, she releases her own 'scent' into the area... a little like marking her territory...
     
    Baring those fangs
    Sat Oct 19, '13 07:14AM
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    captured in the Zululand Rhino Reserve in South Africa, I played with the image and made it B&W, comments appreciated please
     
    Zebra family portrait
    Sat Oct 19, '13 04:26PM
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    these two lionesses had just chased a leopard off it's kill and were in a murderous mood as they searched for the leopard.... they left the kill without touching it they were so intent on looking for the leopard..
     
    on the prowl
    Sat Oct 19, '13 07:00AM
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    Crystal Web
    Fri Sep 20, '13 01:03PM
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    I was photographing herons when this chap popped up meters away and sat there quietly while I did my thing... wish all birds were as understanding
     
    cattle egret
    Mon Aug 26, '13 03:09PM
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    Snake @ Chameleon
    Mon Aug 26, '13 10:00PM
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    This leaf is one of several that were floating on a raised reflecting pool of water at Chanticleer Garden in Wayne, PA, along Philadelphia's Main Line.  This is a tight crop of a larger image.  I like how the white particles in the black water resemble stars in the night sky and how the water on the leaf magnifies and enhances the colors.
     
    Floater
    Thu Aug 22, '13 12:00PM
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    Common Kestrels on the rare list in Israel only a couple of hundred pairs mate ehere every year.
This is the foreplay feeding the female before mating.
The female is flying in to take the food
     
    That's for me
    Tue Mar 19, '13 08:46AM
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    Another photo from Wednesday's photo shoot at Longwood Gardens in Kennett Square, PA.
     
    Yellow Hibiscus
    Wed Aug 07, '13 11:03AM
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    Taken today at Longwood Gardens in Kennett Square, PA.
     
    Water Lily Reflection
    Wed Aug 07, '13 09:56AM
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    Young Fox near its den
     
    Yawning in the morning
    Tue Jun 11, '13 06:39AM
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    I love the unique shape of the wings of this very large Atlas moth that I photographed at Brookside Gardens in Wheaton, Maryland.  This is a view of the moth's under side.
     
    Atlas Moth
    Sat Jun 29, '13 07:46AM
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    I took this during a special photo session for photographers only at Brookside Gardens in Wheaton, MD.  Several Saturdays or Sundays throughout the summer the garden opens its butterfly exhibit two hours before the general public arrives and allows a limited number of photographers (for a small fee) to use tripods (which are otherwise prohibited) to photograph the insects.  I found that most of the time mounting my camera on my tripod was too restrictive, so I took most of my images hand-held.  I used my brand-new 105mm optically stabilized macro lens.
     
    Swallowtail
    Sat Jun 29, '13 07:53AM
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    Sri lanka
    Fri Nov 25, '11 08:46PM
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    Colombo Coast
     
    Sri lanka
    Wed Jun 26, '13 06:22PM
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    winter in South Africa brings the aloes to flower, and obviously the birds, such as the sugarbird to eat the pollen.
     
    winter colours
    Fri Jun 14, '13 12:50PM
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    a Cape Robin that allowed me to approach to within a couple of meters to get this image
     
    a perfect subject
    Sat Jun 15, '13 04:12PM
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    Another mass of horseshoe crabs from Port Mahon, Delaware.
     
    Horseshoe Crabs #6
    Sat May 25, '13 10:12AM
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    I found these along the beach at Port Mahon, Delaware.  The best time to see masses of horseshoe crabs is during the May full moon.
     
    Horseshoe Crabs #2
    Sat May 25, '13 09:57AM
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    I took this photo recently at Delaware's Bombay Hook National Wildlife Refuge.  Three of us were on a photo trip to the Delaware coast in order to shoot the annual horseshoe crab egg laying frenzy when we came upon a large group of egrets feeding together.
     
    Egrets
    Sat May 25, '13 06:10AM
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    shaped by the prevailing winds, this tree on the Wild Coast captured my imagination..I decided to try in in Sepia, comments please
     
    windblown
    Sun May 26, '13 08:07AM
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    yellow rose
    Sat May 28, '11 12:42PM
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    "Little bells'
    Fri May 20, '11 12:14PM
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    flower field
    Wed May 11, '11 03:33PM
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    a flower called" don't forget me"...
    Fri May 06, '11 05:12PM
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