Johnstone Strait, BC, Canada. A Northern Resident killer whale spyhops to get a good look at action above the water. It is the equivalent of a human treading water
Zebra Striped Sky
Masai Mara National Reserve, Kenya. These zebra are standing alert as night falls over the savannah. Just visible are faint cloud ripples starting to form in the sky. These ripples sometimes happen when warm winds flow out from a distant thunderstorm.
Masai Mara National Reserve, Kenya.
Masai Mara National Reserve, Kenya. Like most cats, big and small, this male lion wasn't too keen on being out in the rain and was doing his best to shake the rain off his mane!
Sunshine Coast, BC, Canada.
Sunshine Coast, BC, Canada. Anna's hummingbirds overwinter on the southern BC Coast - an incredible feat for such a tiny bird!
Eagles in the Mist
Sunshine Coast, BC, Canada. A pair of bald eagles watch over their nest on surrounded by swirling coastal mist
Sunshine Coast, BC.
Schmok Lake, MB
Sunshine Coast, BC. Where forests and oceans meet, magic happens
Sunset over Hudson Bay
Hudson Bay, MB. Measured by shoreline, Hudson Bay is the largest bay in the world.
Schmok Lake, MB. Some of the oldest rocks on Earth are visible on the barren landscapes of the Canadian Shield
Hudson Bay, MB. Northern Lights are caused by collisons between charged paricles from the Sun and gas molecules in the Earts atmosphere. Different gases produce different colours
Sunshine Coast, BC. Hazy skies as a result of wildfiress in the BC Interior produced this eerie red sun.
Female Rufous Hummingbird
Sunshine Coast, BC
Great Blue Heron
Vancouver Island, BC
Northern Resident Orca, Johnstone Strait, BC. This is Surf (A66) travelling through BC waters. His mother Sonora (A42) and siblings were close by.
Into the Blue
Johnstone Strait, BC, Canada. So many shades of blue created by the early morning light falling on the misty islands and mountains of coastal BC.
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