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A Fall Icon

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A photo taken of hen turkey waiting for her brood to cross the road. October in Connecticut. View Photo »

Vermont Black Bears

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This is a photo taken in mid August of a large boar and sow Black Bears. This is... View Photo »

Vermont Black Bear

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This is a photo of a sow Black Bear taken from about ten yards away. The wind favored... View Photo »

Hungry Seagull

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In Westbrook, CT there is a restaurant where the seagulls eat exceptionally well. Bill’s Seafood Restaurant on Route... View Photo »

Hungry Seagull

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A second photo to the one I just submitted called Hungry Seagull. This is a picture of a... View Photo »

Just Watching

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Sitting a top his favorite rock Aeden (Australian Shepherd) looks out over the farm. View Photo »

Jelly Wonders

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This is an image that I took at the New England Aquarium where I’ve volunteered my photography services... View Photo »

Fox on Mt. Washington

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Photo taken at the summit Memorial weekend 2011 View Photo »

Squirrel at the Bird Feeder

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This squirrel stopped by to have a meal at our feeder. View Photo »

Osprey flying high

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Taken at Toby’s Pond Park in Beacon Falls where there are currently 2 active Ospreys’ nests. View Photo »

Blue Heron Takes a Dip

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A great blue heron on a hot spring day takes a dip in a marsh in Woodbury, Connecticut View Photo »

Newborn Animals

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Newborn animals at Hancock Shaker Village View Photo »

Lunch Time for Eagles

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Nesting pair of eagles along the Connecticut river in Hartford Ct. Eaglet is looking at Mom asking for... View Photo »

Next Generation of Eagles

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Bald eagles have been making a come back for years in New England. This year along the Connecticut... View Photo »

Apple Picking

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Apple picking in Putney, Vermont with my dogs. View Photo »

Walpole Fox Kit

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A fox kit soaks up the last of the day’s sunlight in Walpole, NH. View Photo »

Gustin Pond Osprey

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An Osprey catches the biggest fish of the day at Gustin Pond in Marlow, NH. View Photo »

Taking Flight

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Searching for dinner, this heron spent over an hour “hopping” from weed patch to weed patch looking for... View Photo »

A Graceful Couple of Swans

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The picture of these swans were taken as they were cruising along the Weweantic River in Wareham, Massachusetts.... View Photo »

Brewski

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Charlie’s First Snow

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Took my 4 month old kitten out into the snow for the first time, needless to say he... View Photo »

Doberman Pinscher

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It was taken in outside my house. Its my dog BRUNO. its Alertn, Super Energetic ! as you can see in... View Photo »

Feeling Like Spring

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Horses at Riverhurst Farm in Kennebunlport, Maine View Photo »

French Fry Minded

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A Herring Gull imposes his will. View Photo »

Parallels With Duck

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As night falls a duck makes its way home. View Photo »

Waiting For Spring

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Cats In Slumber Mode

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Almond & Butterscotch cozy up on a cold winter's night. View Photo »



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