Happy week. 🙂
This absolutely striking wildlife photo won the award for best animal portrait and is by Nick Dale of the UK. https://www.nickdalephotography.com/about
The interplay of light is stunning.
The full article can be seen here: https://mymodernmet.com/2020-world-nature-photography-awards/
Here are some lovely photos of birds to get you off to a good start for your week.
Have a good week. 🙂
The original article can be found here: https://brightside.me/article/20-best-wildlife-photos-62205/
I found more of these humorous wildlife photos together with commentary from the photographers and just had to share.
There are more of these entertaining photos at https://www.comedywildlifephoto.com/gallery/comedy-widlife-2020-competition-winners.php
with his picture
Hide and Seek
“As this azure damselfly slowly woke up, he became aware of my presence. I was lined up to take a profile picture of his wings and body, but quite sensibly the damsel reacted to the human with the camera by putting the Marsh grass stem between me and it. I took the shot anyway. It was only later that I realised how characterful it was. And how much the damselfly looks like one of the muppets.”
with her picture
Seriously, would you share some?
“Atlantic Puffins are amazing flyers and their fishing talents are – well – as you see, some do better than others! I just love the second puffin’s look – can I just have one please?”
Happy Wednesday. 🙂
Say hi to Annie, probably one of the most adorable bear cubs ever.
Annie decided she wanted to come to Canada, so she waited her turn at the border crossing at Stewart, British Columbia – Hyder, Alaska, and then lined up to be processed by Canada Border Services.
However, poor little Annie didn’t have her papers so she was apprehended for the winter by Northern Lights Wildlife Services.
And a good thing, too. At 10 kilos (21 lbs) Little Orphan Annie is much too small for her age. She was born this spring, somehow lost her mother, and has been trying to find enough to eat ever since. Normally, bear cubs stay with their mothers until they are about 18 months old.
At the wildlife centre, she is apparently doing well with the other rescued bear cubs, and is eating lots and gaining weight.
The full article on this sweet little bear is here.
Welcome to Canada, Annie. 🙂
Can you spot the deer?
Hint: she’s getting a drink. 🙂