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This is Banfi's second trip to the massive rock, which is home to a unique collection of u...

Diver captures stunning images of the wildlife lurking near 650ft rock

This is Banfi's second trip to the massive rock, which is home to a unique collection of u...

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Nick Brandt: African wildlife photography

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No Wonder Why Elephants Are One Of The Most Intelligent Creatures In The World

No Wonder Why Elephants Are One Of The Most Intelligent Creatures In The World

wild rabbit- love their little scuts bobbing up and down - happy memories of…

wild rabbit- love their little scuts bobbing up and down - happy memories of…

Perhaps a red scarf on this beaut and somehow you ensure he will not leave for at least 1 hour (entertainment purposes albeit, morally - I believe carrots may do just this ;)) and voila, your guests esp. their children will have amazing pics of something other than Christmas stockings filled with, the usual. More

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Perhaps a red scarf on this beaut and somehow you ensure he will not leave for at least 1 hour (entertainment purposes albeit, morally - I believe carrots may do just this ;)) and voila, your guests esp. their children will have amazing pics of something other than Christmas stockings filled with, the usual. More

Early Evening in the Wheaton Valley - There's something special about being in the mountains, their silence, their majestic presence. Perhaps they bring out a sense of wonder and awe in nature's creation, or a hint of something much greater than us.     Not far from here, I photographed a wild lynx a few years ago when doing some landscape photography www.flickr.com/photos/keithmwilliams/4465380932/in/set-72.... Though I love to shoot landscapes, it's the wildlife shots that get the glory…

Early Evening in the Wheaton Valley - There's something special about being in the mountains, their silence, their majestic presence. Perhaps they bring out a sense of wonder and awe in nature's creation, or a hint of something much greater than us. Not far from here, I photographed a wild lynx a few years ago when doing some landscape photography www.flickr.com/photos/keithmwilliams/4465380932/in/set-72.... Though I love to shoot landscapes, it's the wildlife shots that get the glory…

<when I see these photos of tuskers I always wonder if they are still alive and have not been poached

<when I see these photos of tuskers I always wonder if they are still alive and have not been poached

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