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“This thing all things devours: Birds, beasts, trees, flowers: Gnaws iron, bites steel: Grinds hard stones to meal: Slays king, ruins town, And beats high mountains down! Time.”
John Ronald Reuel 'J. R. R.' Tolkien -
a large boulder lands in the Colorado River near Moab, Utah. The river is about a foot deep right now and the color is surreal.
at Getty Images
The first night in Hawai'i. Everyone outside watching the moon rise, a wonderful night.
This snapshot from one of my last walks reminds me of my family since there is one snowdrop missing: a „mum snowdrop“. Since her death last August it has been a tough time, but like in this image it seems that there is finally light reaching the shade. I hope you like it!
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I had the opportunity to photograph Hershey and Cooper's family a few summers ago, lovable bunch aren't they...
Anna's humming Birds Family time. Mother flying into the nest and feeds the fledgling. It takes approx 16 -20 days for humming birds to hatch and 2 - 3 weeks to fly out of their nest. The mother takes care of the fledglings until then by feeding them at regular intervals.
The warm evening sun enticed this swan couple to bring their young ones out into the open to feed on the grasses along the shore. The sunset I had planned on shooting fizzled but this family scene made the trip to the shore worthwhile.
Well, it's a bit late,, but I wanted to be sure to wish everyone a happy weekend. Was hoping to get out for some shooting this weekend - hope that the weather allows me to do so. :-)
This adorable little sandhill crane, less than a week old, is in hot pursuit of one of its parents, in hopes of a quick bite. See, these little ones are born practically ready to go! Being the solo colt in this family, it got lots of attention from the parents, but consequently I think that these parents were spending a lot more time on this little one learning to feed itself. To onlookers, it may seem a bit cruel, as I'm sure that the colt puts the "big eyes" on.
It really amazed me how the colt followed the parents all over the area where its nest was - all around the lake. It would be so tired and on occasions would stop and basically just fall asleep. It was so endearing to observe, in fact, I didn't want to leave. :-)
Can't wait until next year when another batch of young ones arrive and we can photograph them, in their "infancy", all over again.
So, as this colt is taking a nice stroll with its family, I hope that everyone can enjoy some time away with theirs as well. With that I say .... TGIF!!!
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Lions are the most sociable family unit of all the wild cats. The Pride sisters raise their cubs together including nursing them, share in the hunting and grooming each other as one big happy family.
Lioness with her cubs photographed in the late evening in Lake Nakuru National Park, Kenya.