Posts Tagged ‘tree’

Falcons hunting in the evening

This dynamic, rich piece features the striking visual of falcons in their distinctive, powerful surroundings. A moon that is simply massive, almost too close for comfort, hangs over the evening sky. The falcons are profoundly dedicated to their purpose. They will not stop hunting until they have found what they are looking for. If you […]

Hazel grouse searching food on a speckled alder tree

Video footage of a hazel grouse (Bonasia bonasia) balancing on the twigs of a speckled alder tree to pick seeds.

Hazel grouse searching food on a speckled alder tree

Video footage of a hazel grouse (Bonasia bonasia) balancing on the twigs of a speckled alder tree to pick seeds.


Spring Pink

Ornamental cherry tree in bloom

Spring Snacking

honey bee snacking at a cherry blossom

First sign of spring 0 ornamental cherry buds and blossom

ornamental cherry buds and blossom


Redwoods, Douglas Fir, and ferns line the trail at Oregon Redwoods

Buy this picture Redwoods, Douglas Fir, and ferns line the trail at Oregon Redwoods Trail in the Siskiyou National Forest near Brookings, Oregon. Rick Pisio Website – Blog – Galleries – Portfolio http://www.rwphotos.com http://www.rwphotos.com/blog/?p=1931 http://rwphotos.photoshelter.com/gallery-list Contact photog@rwphotos.com

Sunlight on Ferns

Buy this picture Sunlight shines on a clump of ferns along the Oregon Redwoods Trail in the Siskiyou National Forest near Brookings, Oregon. Rick Pisio Website – Blog – Galleries – Portfolio http://www.rwphotos.com http://www.rwphotos.com/blog/?p=1919 http://rwphotos.photoshelter.com/gallery-list Contact photog@rwphotos.com

Charcoal Kilns in Death Valley National Park

Buy this picture Located in Death Valley National Park’s Wildrose Canyon the Wildrose Charcoal Kilns are considered to be the best surviving examples of such kilns in the western United States. The kilns were only used for a short time around 1878 to provide charcoal to power nearby smelters. There are 10 kilns at the […]


Schefflera 1; Seawall 0

Schefflera tree growing through a seawall

Sycamore Trees Line Alameda Creek

Buy this picture Sycamores trees line Alameda Creek after a winter storm as it flows through the Sunol Regional Wilderness near Sunol, California. Rick Pisio Website – Blog – Galleries – Portfolio http://www.rwphotos.com http://www.rwphotos.com/blog http://rwphotos.photoshelter.com/gallery-list Contact photog@rwphotos.com

Japanese Magnolia, Magnolia liliiflora

Japanese Magnolia blossoms, Magnolia liliiflora


Norfolk Pine Silhouette

Norfolk Pine Silhouette

Spring Red Maple Leaves

New red maple leaves in the spring.

Magnolia ashei

Magnolia ashei


Desperate

leopard watching from his tree a bushbuck passing by in an attempt to hunt.

Photography Genre Philosophy

Philosophy and photography, a highly interesting combination with great applications in personal and business life.

Big and Beautiful

Ash Magnolia blossom


Wildcat with kitten in a forest

Photography of a Wildcat mother hiding with one of her kitten behind sunlit shrubes in a forest.

Hidden waterfall

A photography of a river cascading through a dense forest in the Ardennes, Belgium.

Plants reaching for the moon at twilight

Simple image of tall stalks of plants towering and reaching towards the sky and the moon. Beautiful blue sky and wispy clouds at twilight. Vibrant color.


Children running at Beach: Unforgetteble Moment

Boy running at Forte Beach, Cabo Frio, Rio de Janeiro. Fine Art photography, photos taken outdoors. In the poetry of life, Ordi Calder finds scenes of poetry.

Going at a different pace

Travel photography featuring a village at the Swedish High Coast.

“Picture This”

Buy this picture Orchard Oriole female,with early morning side light. Myrtle Tree perch. The Orchard Oriole is North America’s smallest species of icterid blackbird.. “This image is a perfect example of simplicity and elegance created by the combination of basic composition and beautiful lighting. The simple lines of the branch and the bird are masterfully […]