A Raccoon that wandered into the yard and started looking Up at one of the bird feeders.
The subject of my Flora and Fauna Friday post this week is the Coyote (Canis latrans). A species of canine native to North America.
It is widespread and abundant and is moving into urban areas in eastern Canada and the U.S.
This individual was photographed near Punnichy, Saskatchewan, Canada in the winter. I like the way the colour of the Coyote blends in with the surrounding grass.
This is my contribution to the Lens-Artists Photo Challenge: Focus on the Subject prompt.
The prompt started me thinking about some of the times I haven’t focused on what would normally be the subject of focus.
I focused on the Closed to Fishing sign rather than the Great Blue Heron that’s finding the sign so amusing.
This Raccoon wandered into the yard one Saturday afternoon when I was sitting on the deck with a camera. The camera had a fast portrait lens on it, not normally a lens used for wildlife. After taking some conventional portraits of the Raccoon I focused on the front paw trying to make it look wild and ready to attack.
Three Red Deer hinds (females) at Lyme Park, Cheshire in the autumn.
This is my day 23 contribution to Becky’s October Squares challenge on the theme of Kind.
Flora and Fauna Friday this week is traveling back to Saskatchewan in the mid 1990s.
The Muskrat (Ondatra zibethicus) is native to North America but has been introduced to parts of Europe, Asia and South America.
This individual is swimming across a pool on a farm near Punnichy, Saskatchewan, Canada.
I thought of a couple of photos on reading the One Word Sunday prompt Nosy.
Being watched by a Coyote near Punnichy, Saskatchewan in the winter.
Being spied on by a male American Goldfinch near Punnichy, Saskatchewan in the summer.
This is my day 21 contribution to Becky’s July Squares on the theme of Perspective and another of my eye level perspective photos.
This Eastern Chipmunk portrait was taken by lying in the grass to get down to eye level with the subject.