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Jim Pottkotter Jun 21
I love the clean earthy smell of the woods after a gentle rain, where the light intensifies nature's colors. Greens pop and provide the perfect background for the wild Iris.
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Jim Pottkotter Jun 18
Some of the richest and warmest colors in the bird world are on the female Northern Cardinal. I think part of what makes her look all put together is matching eyebrows, wing accents, tail and other touches.
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Michael Hall Jun 15
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C Michael Meyer Jun 18
Just living is not enough...one must have sunshine, freedom and a little flower
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MolBavar Jun 21
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Rumiana Nikolova Jun 18
💎 Change your thoughts and you change your world. ~ Norman Vincent Peale
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MolBavar Jun 21
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Jim Pottkotter Jun 22
The Snowy Egret is beautiful in any pose, but in breeding plumage, in bright sunlight, they command a second and even third look.
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tora😸🐾 Jun 18
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jummyjeenz Jun 17
She had so much to say when I listened closely.
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field archive Jun 20
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Jim Pottkotter Jun 19
I was wandering along a creek when I found this Eastern Phoebe by following his song. But every time I tried to get a clear shot he changed limbs and usually ended up behind some leaves. I felt lucky to get this one.
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Rich Stessman Jun 17
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Today's Bird Jun 18
Blue jay. (Photo courtesy of Jennifer Radwan)
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Rumiana Nikolova Jun 20
🌙 Good evening dear Friends! 🤗 Hugs & Kisses 😘
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WillCoForestPreserve 6h
We never get tired of making new friends, such as this gray tree frog right outside our door. While they are common in the area, these frogs are nocturnal and usually only descend from high treetops to breed. (Photo by Kelli Parke)
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mayur kunder Jun 19
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Sue 17h
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moonmin Jun 18
Football begins with F. So does Fern. Here's a Fern. 😬
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Jim Pottkotter Jun 23
This Pipevine Swallowtail is already looking a little battered but reminds me that nature never gives up. She may be broken, but she won't give up. We must do the same.
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