Oldest Wetlands posts on PhotoBlog.com

I thought I'd give your optic nerve a rest after those fireworks, Picasso projections and ochre, so here are some monos from the Camargue. Of course, if you've…

These are some of the pictures I took while in North Carolina. Nothing special, just beautiful wetlands. The bird condo surprised me for sure. Looks like they…

This is a marsh area in the area where, a few days back, I photographed the mirror windowed building.

After shooting the heron yesterday, I walked farther into the wooded area and came upon these deer. I love how the first deer I saw leaned out from behind the…

The John Bunker Sands Wetlands is located southeast of Dallas near Seagoville. If you're in the Dallas area and area a nature photographer, this is the place…

Pickerelweed is a perennial herb that thrives in the moist, sandy or muddy margins of ponds and slow-moving streams. This plant has large, thick, dark green,…

Not far from home is a small wetlands area. As I drove past on my way to work, I was compelled to stop and take a photo. Unfortunately, all the geese thought it…

I spent an enjoyable day at Welney wetlands centre , seeing the mute and whooper swans being fed, flying in and out on the partly frozen wetlands. Whooper swans…

RSPB Old Moor is a 250-acre wetlands nature reserve in Barnsley, England run by the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds. It lies on the junction of the…

So long 2018.... I thank you for all the blessings received. Hello 2019 ..... My resolution of today, January 1, is to be productive in this Photoblog. I…

There were a few other species of birds that I saw and was able to photograph. They were not enough to do a single post on them. This one is a Common Gallinule…
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