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Snow vs. Sand

Snow vs. Sand

Marty’s photo of the day #3161: As much as I enjoy winter (we got 5 inches of snow overnight), I’d enjoy being back on this Cape Tribulation beach even more. (Photographed in Queensland, Australia)

It’s not easy being a deer

It’s not easy being a deer

Marty’s photo of the day #2844: As many of you know, earlier this winter roughly three feet of snow buried my house. Now that the weather has warmed up, the snow has melted enough that I could finally trudge out into the woods in our side yard to check my motion-sensing camera. There wasn’t a […]

Antarctica or Montana?

Antarctica or Montana?

Marty’s photo of the day #2818: I took this photo a few minutes ago, peering out the back window wall of our house. As you can see looking down the hill, penguins have moved in. Looking down further you can see . . . how did a ship get in my backyard? Okay, I grabbed […]

Trump is up to his neck in what?

Trump is up to his neck in what?

When Deb and I moved to Montana in 1996, we experienced record snowfall our first winter. We live at the foot of a mountain and have a long gravel driveway. Figuring “all Montana winters must be like this,” I went out and bought a snowblower. Fast forward to this winter, and in 23 years, I […]

Snow deer

Snow deer

Marty’s photo of the day #2814: If you’re going to eat the good stuff, you can’t be bothered by a little snow. (Photographed in Montana)

A lynx for every state of mind

A lynx for every state of mind

Marty’s photo of the day #2441: Yesterday I mentioned that I have tons of long-eared owl photos from a day I spent with a researcher banding owls, and how each shot featured a different owl emotion—from happy to sad to excited. I also have tons of Canada lynx photos from an afternoon I spent in […]

Fox and deer

Fox and deer

Marty’s photo of the day #2123: As mentioned yesterday, Deb and I were out hiking in our backyard (we have a very big backyard), when I found a dead deer. The deer was frozen solid, so I moved it to an open spot in the forest and set up my motion-sensing camera. Initially the action […]

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