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Monday, August 29, 2011

Humpback Whale and Diver

Taken by Peter T. Hartlove of Longmont, Colorado, this image received an Honorable Mention in the Connecting People and Nature Category of the Wildlife Magazine's Photography Contest of 2006.

Each winter, these whales gather off the coast of Silver Banks, Dominican Republic in order to mate and give birth. This calf is swimming near the surface while its mother keeps a close eye on it from the background.

Humpback Whale

Pronghorns On The Move

This image of Pronghorns won the grand prize in the National Wildlife Magazine's 36th annual photography award. It was taken by Robert M. Palmer of Miliken, Colorado while driving the back roads of Eastern Colorado.


Sunday, August 28, 2011

Two Black Tailed Fawns Playing

This image of two Black-Tailed deer fawns are caught frolicking with one another on Hurricane Ridge in the Olympic National Park in Washington state was taken by Mary Campbell, for which she was awarded the grand prize in the 2008 Northwest Exposure Photo Contest.


Image Credit: Mary Campbell

Saturday, August 27, 2011

Giraffes In a Storm

This image of two giraffes facing an approaching storm was captured by Marina Cano while she vacationed in Africa. I am very impressed by her collection, which you can enjoy by clicking this picture.

Giraffe's in the Masai Mara in Kenya as bad weather approaches

Image Credit: Marina Cano

Saturday, August 6, 2011

Two Battling Blackbirds

This photo of blackbirds fighting was taken by David Slater, and brought him an award in the wildlife behavior category of the British Wildlife Photography Awards in it's inaugural year, 2009.

Image Credit: David Slater