Northern Cardinal at the feeders in a snow storm
Abandoned farm buildings and an active hunting shelter
Deer foraging in the corn stubble, a common scene in late afternoon
A matriarch defending her discovery of waste grain
Doe and fawn foraging in a sheltered willow bottom
Mature Bald Eagle, just before dark, in the rain
The resident Red Squirrel with a not-so-red tail
Thinking of warmer days, fake bugs drifting drag-free, and hungry trout
Roots of a centuries-old maple tree, undercut by spring water
Photos by NB Hunter. © All Rights Reserved.
Only you can capture such beautiful and diverse photos!
Wow…your kind words inspire and motivate…will have a little more spring in my step on my next outing! Many thanks Hien.
Ohhhh. Love this
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Good! Andy had a role in several of these shots…kinda nice having a guide and driver…I could get used to that! 🙂
A wonderful selection of photographs and captions.
Beautiful shots and so fascinating to me who lives in the South with mild winters. The spring thaw must be entrancing to witness as you look forward to longer and milder days.
Oddly enough we’re looking forward to a spring thaw here. We’ve had some unlikely nippy weather and I shouldn’t complain, but it seems colder than we’re used to. Great scenes of the remains of winter.
Excellent photos…. The one with the 3 deer is very interesting.
Thanks Shawn. Deer fighting over food is not an uncommon sight in late winter and sometimes it involves an adult doe or young buck driving fawns away.