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N 13 B 70 C 4 E Dec 12, 2019 F Dec 15, 2019
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I seen three, I had the clearest view of this one.

Tags:   White Tailed Deer Deer Doe animal wild wildlife wildlife photography nature nature photography winter snow forest woods forest therapy shinrin yoku outdoors

N 354 B 1.3K C 25 E Dec 15, 2019 F Dec 15, 2019
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I am excited to share with you my gallery of new images from our travels this year to Greenland, Namibia and Patagonia! These are images my workshop participants and I had the opportunity to capture while I was leading our annual photography workshops into some of our planet's most spectacular wildernesses. To view the images, please visit this link. Many more to come and I hope you enjoy!

This image: Patagonia is a world of breathtaking beauty. Situated at the vast southern ice field, it is home to soaring, jagged granite massifs, deep blue glaciers, turquoise lakes and, in the month of April, endless lenga forest in peak autumn colors. But it is the ever changing light and weather that makes it so very special. The perfect arrangement of elements in Chile's Torres del Paine National Park: A spot lit, deep blue iceberg is dwarfed by surrounding towering mountains which have receded into the shade, except for the glorious, jagged summit, bathed in the warm light of the afternoon sun.

Join us on our upcoming Photography Workshops and Adventures to Patagonia, Namibia and the Canadian Rockies!:

1) Reduced Price: Patagonia-Wilderness Untamed!
March 30 - April 8, 2020
April 18 - 29, 2020

2) Surreal Namibia
May 12 - 27, 2020 - Sold Out - A Wait List is Available.
June 10 - 25, 2020 - Sold Out - A Wait List is Available.

3) Best of the Canadian Rockies
September 14 - 18, 2020
September 20 - 24, 2020

N 24 B 91 C 5 E Dec 15, 2019 F Dec 15, 2019
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"Historically, the Mountain Bluebird depended for nest sites on forest tree cavities excavated by woodpeckers. Today, many Mountain Bluebirds breed in artificial nest boxes, which tend to be situated in more open areas and have smaller openings to keep out marauders and bad weather. Most of what we know about Mountain Bluebirds comes from studies of these human-made nesting sites."

www.allaboutbirds.org/guide/Mountain_Bluebird

Tags:   #mountain_bluebird #bird #birds #nesting_box #republic_wa

N 6 B 35 C 1 E Dec 12, 2019 F Dec 15, 2019
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N 4 B 23 C 0 E Dec 12, 2019 F Dec 15, 2019
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