I have posted other photos from New Mexico, as I have family there and find my way there more than anywhere else I travel. This was from a trip to the Land of Enchantment in March, and I went for a six mile run outside of Taos. As you can see, I pretty much had […]
Photographs of animals, pets, bugs, et cetera. You know... fauna.
There was a recent Radiolab podcast called Black Box that talked about cocoons – worth a listen if you’re interested in learning some really cool stuff about this transformation. Very cool stuff. These cocoons live at the Smithsonian in Washington DC.
This is Jonas – a Speckled Sussex chicken. The building behind her is her chicken coop.
Went to one of the wetlands near my house. Managed to capture both a cat’s tail… and a cat.
We had some pretty decent late snow storms this winter, and on one of the days, I tried my hand at catching the birds as they flew too and from the bird feeder. I was not as successful as I would have liked! Here are two that weren’t all together bad.
Here’s another shot from the toad I shared last week. The toad was pretty docile, and put up with me holding it upside for a moment before I let it go.
That’s a Buffo americanus for the scientist in you. This one’s from earlier this year. I love the amphibians, especially when they hop across my yard. After taking this one’s photos, I set it free in my vegetable garden.
One of the lambs now living at J & F Farms. They sound almost fake when they “baaaaaaaaaah” at you.
These things have become the bane of my existence. They’re pretty bad near my house this year. Anyone have a good idea on how to get rid of them? This image used a technique called focus stacking. I took the photo with a macro lens, and got really close to the mosquito (it was on the […]
This is Charlie. She’s an Araucana chick, about one week old in this photo. She and her two nest-mates (another Auracana named Pete Mitchell and a Welles Sommer named Ramekin) will stop being cute in another week or two. Time is of the essence! What kind of “cute chick” photos should I be taking? The opportunity […]