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This Brown Bear was cruising the flats at low tide just at sunrise.
Brown Hare / lepus europaeus. Private marshes, Suffolk. 09/03/18.
Another hare from a frosty start to a day on the grazing marshes in Suffolk recently. This one had a broad and distinctive creamy-white band almost entirely encircling its nose.
In its form beside the rushes, it had warmed up sufficiently to have lost any traces of ice on its fur or whiskers. Although fully aware of us, s/he remained completely relaxed because the vehicle we were in was familiar. That said, s/he obviously thought it worth checking our smell. Just look at the way its working and flexing those nostrils!
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A pair of brown argus butterflies mating on some salad burnet on the steep south facing slopes of Swelshill Bank near Stroud. The male is the larger butterfly of the two.
I was driving home on a back road last night when I saw the setting sun shiningon the back of this Brown Eyed Susie. I had to stop.
319) BrownStreaked Flycatcher
Brown-Streaked Flycatcher, Muscicapa williamsoni, Sambar Belantara
It is found in southern Myanmar, southern Thailand, northern peninsular Malaysia, and northeast Borneo. Some authorities consider it to be a subspecies of the Asian brown flycatcher.
A brown argus butterfly seen on the lower slopes of the Bill Smyllie field at Prestbury Hill nature reserve in Gloucestershire.
Viewed in Explore on Jan 8....Thank you all
Description: This is my first panning shot captured just before dusk near the pacific coast. Since the light was not enough, either I had to raise the ISO or take a Panning shot and I tried 2nd option. It's handheld (naturally for panning) at 170mm focal lenght with 1/65 sec. exposure...(I made a bit correction here looking at my EXIF value)
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Macro view of a little brown sun, staring at us with little brown eyes.....
A Brown-Eyed Susan wildflower growing in the garden. Processed with Topaz Detail
Brown argus butterfly on salad burnet. Near Incombe Hole, Bucks.
Brown Thrasher (Toxostoma ruff) singing his heart out. Outer Banks of North Carolina
The direct brown gaze of a Rough Collie.
I know his nose isn't in focus, but those eyes...!
Alaska Brown Bears
dates August 10 -16, 2016 NEW
This all inclusive tour takes photographers to a remote, comfortable lodge on Cook Inlet to photograph Brown Bears as they fish for salmon, play, fight, and roam an incredibly dramatic landscape.
Brown Trout & Pike
A cold and snowy morning today, with a good mix of rain, sleet and snow out on St Mary's Loch, continuing my work gathering some hopefully decent images from around the Loch.
I have used these boats before, their names meaning Brown Trout & Pike, but this time I was trying to catch them as the snow moved in towards me, hopefully you can pick up the feeling of how cold it was.
St Mary's Loch, Scottish Borders
Sony FE16-35mm f4
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Been a great year here in Dorset for these little butterflies in my opinion.
Brown Thrasher (Toxostoma rufum)
Love to watch these guys vigorously tossing and turning leaf litter in search of bugs. They always seem so intense.
Nikon D500 - 300 f/4 prime - ISO 500 - f/6.3 - 1/800
Consider investing in the private conservation of critical habitats.
Some good options:
Nature Conservancy (nature.org)
Private Land Trusts (www.birds.cornell.edu/landtrust/about/)
While sitting on the steps of the back porch, this Brown Thrasher arrived to get peanuts. It didn't seemed to care that I was nearby. (minimal crop)
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A first for me and lucky enough to be able to photograph this lovely little Brown Argus in very windy conditions.
This butterfly is tiny and possibly the size of an average sized persons finger nail.Amazing detail on this fantastic butterfly.
This metal fence is decorated by the snow and a little brown leaf ;-))
Los Haitises National Park - Located on the remote northeast coast of the Dominican Republic that was established in 1976