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One of the earliest woodland wildflowers, and to my eyes, the loveliest.  Bloodroot, Sanguinaria canadensis, native to northeast North America.  DP108-2015  Posted Saturday, April 18.  Taken April 17, Hidden Lake Gardens, Michigan  Title:  Bloodroot Bursting to Life
Raindrops on a rose; best viewed in the largest sizes.  Taken quite a while ago on a rainy day at the shopping center.  Yesterday was my birthday; thanks for giving me the gift of seeing my shot of the eagle at #1!  What a treat!  My twelve year old granddaughter gave me a book containing poems she'd written.  As photographers, I thought you all might enjoy this one:                             Nana's Camera  In the white snow People's voices echo; The melody of rushing water Is like children's laughter.  And now, the only sound Is the "click," "click" of Nana's camera. Behind it, Nana, spellbound, Pointing her camera at the ground.  Have a great day!
Red-Tailed Hawk - Taking a bath at Nisqually Wildlife Refuge near Olympia, Wa. Taken in 2012.
Sun - smoke from a fire in Siberia that moved across the Pacific. Taken near Olympia, Wa.  I really appreciate the comments!
04.19.15  We got a lot of snow on Wednesday.
"A Bolt"...04/19/2015...
Fringed gentians blooming not far from some active geysers in Yellowstone National Park, the Upper Geyser Basin trail.  As a gardener, I'm always interested in the wildflowers in an area and gentians of any sort are a pretty rare treat.  The color is not altered in any way.  They are really this incredible indigo color.  I was amazed at your response to my shot of the strawberry being dropped into the glass of water.  I treasure all the comments and, especially, appreciated the suggestions for improving the shot by using a black or dark background or making a tighter crop.  I'm going to try this again and will try to incorporate your suggestions.  Thanks, everyone!  I've put together a few calendars for 2011 --- the Grand Canyon, Yellowstone and one on the Garden of the Gods.  I'm going to visit a bunch of stores tomorrow to see if anyone would be willing to sell them.  I love taking the photos but I hate marketing myself.  I'm not good at it and am dreading the process.  Hope you have nicer plans for your day than I have for mine!
A mother moose seems unperturbed, while her baby looks over at all the people gathered to watch and photograph the pair as they forage in Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming; best viewed in the largest sizes.  We just got back from our trip to the Grand Tetons and Yellowstone.  We did not have access to electricity where we camped, so I managed only to upload my files of photos each day to the laptop, but did not get any processing done at all.  No Internet access the entire time.  We had a great time, even though it was often cold and rainy.  We got two inches of snow one night.  I'm anxious to get back to looking at all your great shots.  Hope you like this one of the mother moose and her baby.  We saw them just as we were about to leave Grand Teton National Park.  I was able to watch and photograph them for about ten minutes and was not too far away.  Typically, the baby would let its mother get about fifteen feet away and then it would run at breakneck speed to catch back up to its mom.
04-16-2015 - My Art - "The Chief has Spoken"      (Originally a Daylight shot but then PP was applied)       Link to Photo  Without Frame           Thank You for Making this Daily Photo the #1 Pick on 04-16-2015
FEED me, mom!    I've been revisiting some of my shots from my trip to Tierra del Fuego, the Falklands, South Georgia and the sub-Antarctic Islands, and the Antarctic Peninsula, taking advantage of new Photoshop capabilities.    Other 'rescued' photos can be seen here: http://goo.gl/MgqAeg    13/04/15 www.allenfotowild.com
Praying Mantis - at Mima Mounds near Olympia, Wa. Taken in 2012.
Red-tailed Hawk - eating a bunny at Nisqually Wildlife Refuge near Olympia, Wa
Got it!    Cocoi heron catches a fish in the Pixaim River.    I'm not used to seeing heron fishing in such deep water.  Here in BC the Great blue herons that I've seen are fishing in much shallower water.    Other photos of large birds in the Pantanal can be seen here, including a nice sequence of Jabiru storks: http://goo.gl/sbAjLU    15/04/15 www.allenfotowild.com
White-throated Sparrow - taken near Olympia, Wa.  I really appreciate the comments!
Harbor Seal - watching me while I watch the sunset. Taken near Olympia, Wa.  I really appreciate the comments!
One of the earliest woodland wildflowers, and to my eyes, the loveliest. Bloodroot, Sanguinaria canadensis, native to northeast North America.

DP108-2015 Posted Saturday, April 18.

Taken April 17, Hidden Lake Gardens, Michigan

Title: Bloodroot Bursting to Life

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One of the earliest woodland wildflowers, and to my eyes, the loveliest.  Bloodroot, Sanguinaria canadensis, native to northeast North America.  DP108-2015  Posted Saturday, April 18.  Taken April 17, Hidden Lake Gardens, Michigan  Title:  Bloodroot Bursting to Life
One of the earliest woodland wildflowers, and to my eyes, the loveliest. Bloodroot, Sanguinaria canadensis, native to northeast North America.

DP108-2015 Posted Saturday, April 18.

Taken April 17, Hidden Lake Gardens, Michigan

Title: Bloodroot Bursting to Life

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