UNTIL IT MELTS

With winter upon us, and thinking you've done all you need to do to prepare living in the mountains, you still find yourself unprepared. When the rain changed to snow with no warning while you slept, and you didn't get your vehicle down the mountain before it happened and you find yourself snowed in... until... Continue Reading →

EXPOSURE

So this morning started out the same as every other. The house was still quiet (a rarity in a house full of rescues), I made my coffee, and started the typical routine of getting my eyes opened with some perusing of social media before I start my gallery work. It's always wonderful to wake up... Continue Reading →

SADDLEBACK FEAST

A group of Saddleback Caterpillar Moths (Acharia stimulea) devouring Crocosmia leaves. They blend in so well with the surrounding landscape, it's easy to miss these small creatures.

A Japanese White Eye, or Mejiro (Zosterops japonicas) in a colorful orange flowered tree at Diamond Head State Monument Park on the island of Oahu, Hawaii.

A Northern Shoveler (Anas clypeata) at Bosque Del Apache National Wildlife Refuge - San Antonio NM

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