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From a Sunday drive to visit Marie's place. Shot from her back door about 60m to the roo family paying attention to their cleanliness in the shade after a visit to her dam. A joey appeared very relaxed in its mother's pouch during all this.
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The whole family here . . . . LOVE how long and lean they are! So vertical with the horizon so horizontal!
And on a side note, I'm going to be in Richmond, VA on May 16-19 and I'm booking some sessions while I'm back there. Flickr mail me if you're interested!
"the family. we were a strange little band of characters trudging through life sharing diseases and toothpaste, coveting one another's desserts, hiding shampoo, borrowing money, locking each other out of our rooms, inflicting pain and kissing to heal it in the same instant, loving, laughing, defending, and trying to figure out the common thread that bound us all together. "
inspired by her, but so not as good...
Quebec Nature ...................................Canada .
East face of the Matterhorn reflected in the Riffelsee lake, Switzerland.
Riffelsee is a lake above Zermatt below the Riffelhorn in the canton of Valais, Switzerland. At an elevation of 2757 m. The lake can be reached from the Rotenboden station (2819 m) of Gornergratbahn.
Our two bestie ;-) Getting these two together, in focus and both facing the camera is quite a tricky thing, so I'm very happy with this shot
Happy new year! = )
“The strongest love is the love that can demonstrate its fragility.”
― Paulo Coelho
Late afternoon family walk in the dog park. It seems like with everybody but the dog!
I never used to put people in my photos, but got inspired recently by a couple of photographers that I follow. I like the way it adds scale and purpose to certain shots.
Leek Rabbit has been quite busy since you saw him last. Happy Easter to all my flickr friends and family
A family having some fun at the famous Haystack Rock at Cannon Beach Oregon.
I hope you all enjoy the view. :-)
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truly the beauty of Humanity...is considering all the poor common people as a family...who equally deserves to inherit Earth...to be protected as a blessing from God in Heaven...
Family from Saturday BLOGGED
Processed with my Fine Art textures. see my profile. :)
Hey, flickr friends, I hope you think that this is cute! I picked out this song because it fits to me! Have a super night! (View Large if you like)
Mom appears to be tired from taking care of this big family of burrowing owls.
Like most people I love the beach and the coast.
We've decided to stay in the UK this year and have a couple of beach holidays planned one on the Fife coast at Easter and the other on the Isle of Tiree in summer. Here's hoping the weather holds out as it is always a bit of a gamble, especially in Scotland.
The love of family and admiration of friends is much more important than wealth and privilege.
This session of photos almost cost me my toes. That picture is my favorite amongst the new ones. Deciding to go home and defrost my limbs I said this tree looked just as good from this direction as from the other. So picked up my camera and shot the picture. That's what I call luck. I'm open to criticism.
I've been explored. Or at least this picture has been. I thank you all for your comments, invitations and choosing this shot as your favourite.
Sweetest family ever: www.angelachandlerphotography.com/blog/2011/02/13/san-fra...
I'm sorry!!!! I"ve been a horrible contact...will try to get around to streams soon!!!
June 4, 2016. It took me a few days after the horrible killing of Harambe to remember this photo. Zoos must change. They can no longer be for the entertainment of humans.
This was first posted 01/23/2012. Today I happened to run into the father and his son at the zoo, much to my delight, (and his son was wearing the same hat so I knew it was them) and told him about this photo. At the time I took it I had no idea how well I had captured the moment or I would have said something then. For some reason I thought they were from out of town and that I'd never see them again, but I did!
I absolutely hate going to the ape house at the zoo when it's crowded. It is while viewing the apes that I have seen some of the worst of human behavior at the zoo--teasing them, making fun of them, and screaming at them. I had not seen them in many years, but decided to take a chance on a cold day in hopes that very few people would be there. There was only a family with a young boy. The man introduced his son to the huge and beautiful male gorilla who was sitting up against the glass. The man crouched down low and lowered his head, not making direct eye contact, as the instructions say, to show deference and respect to the gorilla.