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N 9 B 66 C 1 E Jan 25, 2022 F Jan 25, 2022
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Here's another monochrome taken this winter in the eastern sierra nevada mountains. This image is an award-winner on 1X.com and hope my Flickr audience enjoys it as well.
Thanks for your visit!

Tags:   birch mountain sierra nevadas California landscape b&w monochrome apochromatic dm weber psa148 fuji gfx100s

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A female Merlin (Falco columbarius) perched in a cottonwood in a prairie in rural Boulder County. Though one of the smaller falcons, merlins have been used for falconry for centuries. Their most common prey are small birds, and will occasionally visit feeders like their distant cousins the Cooper and Sharp-shinned hawks. Merlins are usually transients in our area, spending the breeding season in the boreal and arctic zones and winters to the south and west of Colorado.

Tags:   Merlin Falco columbarius Boulder Open Space White Rocks Trail Colorado

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Death Valley, California

The creosote bush is one of the few arid environment plants with roots long enough that it can survive on top of these dunes. Sometimes. The relatively high water table below the dunes helps immensely. I suspect these few creosote bushes originally germinated where there wasn’t deep sand and over time the dune field slowly moved over them.

Tags:   California Death Valley Death Valley National Park Grapevine Mountains Mesquite Dunes Mesquite Flat USA United States creosote dune landscape national park park plant sand sand dune

N 18 B 111 C 7 E Apr 3, 2021 F Jan 25, 2022
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Nelson's antelope squirrel family
Carrizo Plain

Tags:   squirrels rodents family mother juveniles babies animals nature wildlife nelson's antelope squirrels mammals

N 38 B 333 C 3 E Apr 29, 2020 F Jan 25, 2022
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It's been a pretty nice winter and spring for photography but I've either been too busy with work, too lazy, or stuck indoors due to shelter-in-place to take advantage like some of my friends have been doing. Escaype was predicting a nice sunset and I was itching to get outside and with some encouraging words from Willie, I decided it was time to dust off the camera and hunt for some flowers.

In case you're reading this years from now, this photo was taken during the Coronavirus Apocalypse of 2020. One nice thing about shelter-in-place was that there was hardly any traffic on the road. What would have been a 2 hour drive in rush-hour traffic took only 40 minutes.

When I arrived, it turned out Willie had changed plans and decided to meet me. We kept 6+ feet away and hunted for the flowers. We found this patch of white lupines on a small hill facing sunset but the field we really wanted to find was too far away from where we parked, with not enough time to get back in the car. As the sun dropped below the hills, I Loved how it cast the entire field (and hills) in golden light. The last bit of light over the hills lit up the flowers in warm, beautiful tones. The wind blew the flowers in all different directions, so I bumped up my settings and fired away, hoping a few of them would capture the flowers as if they were calm and still.

Nikon D850 w/Nikkor 14-24mm f/2.8:
19mm, f/10, 1/200 sec, ISO 800

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Tags:   2020 Aaron Meyers Photography COVID COVID-19 California D850 Nikon Nikon D850 Sunset clouds coronavirus escaype flowers hills landscape lupine nature trees white lupine


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