Tag Archives: nature photography

Rear Window

This week’s photo, taken February 3, 2017 at Richmond Beach Park in Shoreline, WA, features the backsides of 2 GOLDEN-CROWNED SPARROWS. We are so conditioned as photographers to aim our cameras at the front of birds and other living things, … Continue reading

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No Seal of Approval

This week’s photo, taken December 11, 2015 from the pier in Edmonds, WA, features a BRANDT’S CORMORANT that just played a practical joke on a HARBOR SEAL. The HARBOR SEAL didn’t see it coming. A BRANDT’S CORMORANT snuck up behind … Continue reading

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Stare Down

This week’s photo, taken May 8, 2015 from Cape Flattery, WA, features a NORTHERN SEA OTTER, also known as a tangled mass of fur, as it engages in a stare down contest with me. Recently, I returned to Neah Bay … Continue reading

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Common and Cute

This week’s photo, taken January 24, 2015 at Meadowbrook Pond in Northeast Seattle, WA, features a GOLDEN-CROWNED KINGLET, a considerably common and cute creature with a colorful crest that I captured in a conifer with my Canon (camera, that is). … Continue reading

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