A grey jay diving from a tree before flying away.
Looks this this tree is not big enough for this bunch of mushrooms!
Not fallen yet...
A shelf mushroom still holding onto a dead tree, and a fall leaf still holding onto that mushroom...
Get your eyes low enough and this peat bog field can be a forest with wild animals!
Fall's forbidden fruit
Dangerous beauty of nature...
A pileated woodpecker has found its breakfast, you can almost see him drooling...
God knows you're Lonely Souls...
Lonely bird at sunset.
A whale feeding at Cap de Bon Désir early in the morning.
The Courting Walk
This male Western Capercaillie was courting a female walking in a circle around the tree she was perched in, regularly looking at her checking if he still had her attention. My presence was not diverting him in any way from his path.
This Cedar Waxwing was detaching buds from the branches around him, throwing them in the air to swallow them, and failing to catch them half of the time...
An american robin going for the next tree.
Where Wilderness and Human World meet
A white-tailed deer grazing between a forest and a nursery, half-way between human world and nature...
A spruce goose displaying its wings, Algonquin Park.
Through the Morning Mist
Mist rising over Lac Taureau, early morning.
Three fireflies enjoying the sun in Yosemite.
Curious insect in Laos.
Colorful bird watching us from a zipline in Laos.
A butterfly getting himself covered with pollen, carrying this flower's love to an other...
A butterfly feeding in the sunlight in Laos.
This indian freshwater crab seemed to be worried about me stealing his meal...
One of my first shots ever with a DSLR, I got my first camera fior my birthday, we went out at sea to try it, and we crossed a pack of 30 dolphins heading North, lucky...