Although not in Texas, I wanted to share a very cool series of photos taken by wildlife photographer Connie Mier (Connie Mier Photography) of Miami, Florida. She photographed the diving brown pelicans while on an eight day canoe trip in the Florida Everglades with three friends over the holidays. According to Connie, the group came upon the diving
Native American lore has it that one night a raccoon donned a mask, and with a torch in hand, broke into a raven’s longhouse to steal his golden rings, which the raven himself had stolen over the years. The clever raccoon created some noise outside the raven’s house, and when the curious bird went to investigate, the raccoon snuck into the
Today’s photo comes to us from Brady Sullivan of Fort Worth, who took this picture of his four kayaking companions on the middle Brazos River during last week’s cold snap. The fog on the river is caused by the colder ambient air temps wicking the moisture, in the form of a vapor, from the air coming off the relatively warm
Not Texas related, but if exceptional wildlife photography floats your boat as much as it does our’s, then you’re gonna like this. Each year the BBC partners with the Natural History Museum to sponsor the Wildlife Photographer Of The Year awards. A panel of judges started with about a thousand photo
Someone sent me this smokin’ photo of a Marine FA-18D taken recently over the skies of El Centro in Southern California. Notice the SH on the vertical tail; that’s Sierra Hotel, which IDs the aircraft as belonging to the Sharpshooters of VMFAT-101 out of Marine Corps Air Station Miramar in Southern California.
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Today’s POTD comes to us from North Texas kayak angler Mike Whitacre, who traveled to a reservoir named O. H. Ivie looking for the fat bass known to inhabit the central Texas impoundment. According to Mike, they knew they’d be dodging thunderstorms that day and sure enough, within a few hours of putting in, a storm rolled in forcing them to retreat back to shore. After getting back on the water, the threat of more storms