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I really like the water dripping from the beak and the water droplets clinging to the head and neck.

Trumpeter Cygnet – Portrait

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I went out into my back yard to look for the Owls as they show up here everyonce in a while. With

Great Horned Owlet – Hiding In Plain Site

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I was at a State of Washington boat launch site the this Blue Heron was standing on the rocks along

Portrait of a Great Blue Heron

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I spent a couple of hours with a Whitetail Doe and her twin Fawns and came away with a few good

Whitetail Fawn – Got That Itch

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After a winter ice storm I found some Maples covered in a 1/4" of ice overlooking a valley in

Maple & Ice

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In this photo the Owlet is just looking around and because owls can't move their eyes they can

Great Horned Owlet – Sitting Pretty

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The Copper Harbor Lighthouse was built in 1866 on the east point of the harbor entrance. The

Copper Harbor Lighthouse #2

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Spent about half an hour taken pic's of this Blue Heron and it was going about its preening, Those

Great Blue Heron – Got That Itch

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One of the benefits of being a nature and wildlife photographer is that if one subject will not

Blue Flag #1

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Hazel Creek is located in Baraga County in Michigan's Upper Peninsula. This image was taken

Hazel Creek

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Copper Harbor Michigan is one of my favorite places to Photograph. It is a small town but it is a

Whitetail Fawn – Downtime In The Harbor

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This was a day where I wanted to be somewhere else and I was. I took a trip to see if my favorite

Trumpeter Swan – Airborne

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