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Month: June 2022
The deer and the slow dog
Iquitos town square
Marty’s photo of the day #4025: This is the town square of Iquitos, Peru. Shot at night, using the infrared setting on my camera.
Antarctic Fur Seal
Tunnel to the 1850s?
The far-right Supreme Court avatar
Yummy stuffed bones for your dog
The face tree
But where’s Mom?
Marty’s photo of the day #4016: This is an amethystine python that I photographed on a night hike through the rainforest of northern Queensland, Australia. He was about 7 feet-long, but somewhere in this forest was Mom, at 23 feet-long. If only I could find her.
Bison vs. Cow
Montana or British Columbia?
Marty’s photo of the day #4014: Here’s a scenic shot I took between rainstorms in British Columbia. For much of this spring, today’s photo could have just as easily been shot in Montana.
Marty’s photo of the day #4013: It’s baby animal time on the Essen Wildlife Refuge. Yesterday morning, a doe ran right up to my dog, Nellie, and me, trying to distract us, and then last night, my wife, Deb happened to step outside just in time to see likely the same deer stash her fawn. […]
Arctic ground squirrel
Marty’s photo of the day #4012: Arctic ground squirrel. Photographed in Alaska, north of the Arctic Circle.
The cutest little crab
Flowers of waves
Marty’s photo of the day #4010: All the rain this year has made for spectacular waves of wildflowers at the Essen Wildlife Refuge, surrounding Deb’s and my house. A few weeks ago, the white flowers of the serviceberry bushes were everywhere; then they were replaced by the yellow flowers of arrowleaf balsamroots; now they are […]