Kirsten Hines concludes her "Celebrating Nature on 7 Continents" series with this final installment in Antarctica. We look at the dollar currency of penguins, rocks used in constructing their nests.
Michigan edges out New York this year as Nikon's top place to photograph fall foliage.
In a new version of falconry, the French Air Force is training eagles to safely intercept drones.
PHeymont finds the lionfish intriguing: its bright colors are quite visible here, but not against corals...and even its shape is hard to define.
Kirsten Hines continues her celebrating Nature on 7 Continents series with this second installment in exotic Antarctica. Young elephant seals are called ‘weaners’ from the time they’re weaned from their mother’s milk, around a month, until they reach a year old. They’re cute but their warrior training begins young.
Ian Cook shares some photos of beautiful but isolated and hard to get to Balos Beach and Lagoon in Crete.
The gardens at Atitlan Hotel & Gardens in Solola, Guatemala are a haven for hummingbirds, such as this one, captured by Marilyn Jones.
Kirsten's Celebration of Nature on Seven Continents series continues, with a post on Antarctica's penguines.
An autumn sunrise glows over Stephen, Minnesota, a community of 700 located just south of the Canadian border in pictures by Marilyn Jones.
Some recent scenes of elk during mating season, Banff National Park.
As summer turns to fall, the Brooklyn Botanic Garden shows off both the fading of the light and some spectacular colors.
Denmark's dealing with a unique problem: too many rainbow trout. 80,000 of them escaped from a fish farm and are threatening local fish life.
An up close look at an osprey on its nesting platform. Osprey are commonly called fish eagles and are very adept at catching fish -- which lazier bald eagles often steal from them.
Along the Mersey in Liverpool, a low tide brings opportunity for gulls to scavenge, and for PHeymont to turn his lens on the birds, again.
A new guidebook to Yellowstone catches Marilyn Jones's attention, and triggers some thoughts on travel books generally.