The sun came out on the Pacific Rim National Park BC beaches and steam began to rise from sand. Created this effect. Amazing. From blue skies to this in mins.
I was looking for coastal wolves who been feeding on this whale (thats a juvi Bald Eagle). Whale looks like it was cut by propellers
I did find tracks….as big or little bigger than my feet. Was fun to follow the tracks to see what their story told. Eat, poop, drink, rest, check bird nests. Hmmm…like my life lol.
OOOOOhhh, Mr. Bared Owl. The robins not happy to see him! Tweedsmuir Park BC. Shot at 3200, 5000, and 10,000 iso. 80-400 and 500 lens. I could have left the photosdarker but wanted you to see the feather details.
an Orange-Crowned Warbler! Hard to ID, but done through sound and finally a photo. Not a great photo..This is for my birding friends.
Sun set on one of the beaches from the campground. This is rain forest country. Dispite that saw plenty of sun .
This Pileated Woodpecker is where the cartoon drawings come from. And I think a few hair doos too!!
My walk around lens is an 80-400 on a d500 nikon. I love this set up and use it for everything! This flower caught my eye. Just out walking near Bella Coola BC.
So I thought about this site..nice and shady
Ok look closer…I lightened the photo..see that dark shadow mid right?? Occupied!!
He likes to lay on his belly eating dandelions and drags himself along til he needs to get up for new spot . Funny watching him scoot along.
he is a good looking laid back sort of guy, Black Bear Tweedsmuir Park, British Colombia.
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