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Pronghorns

We came across many pronghorns or sometimes referred as pronghorn antelopes while touring Custer State Park of South Dakoda last week. We saw these beautiful animals in Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks a few years ago. Pronghorn is considered as the second fastest land […]

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Close Encounter with Bison

There are lots of bison in Custer State Park in the Black Hill Region of South Dakoda. While we were driving through the Wildlife Loop one afternoon last week , we encountered these animals crossing the road thus creating quite a traffic jam but providing […]

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Prairie Dogs

While in Badlands National Park last week we saw the prairie dogs in the natural environment for the first time (vs.in the zoo). They are such a cute creature! As it turned out we came across prairie dog towns not only in Badlands NP but […]

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Morning Fog in Frederick

It was a foggy morning yesterday so I took a 10-minute quick drive to Worthington Farm, part of National Monocacy (Civil War) Battlefield in Frederick shortly after I got up and before sunrise. Unfortunately, the place was still closed (too early) but the foggy scenes […]

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Sunset at Smith Island, Maryland

Smith Island is a tiny island in Chesapeake Bay with population about 300. Smith Island has no airport and no bridges to the mainland; it can be accessed only by boat. Passenger-only ferries connect Smith Island at Ewell to Point Lookout, Maryland, and Reedville, Virginia, on […]

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Sunrise at Solomons, Maryland

We took an overnight trip to Solomons or referred as Solomons Island, about a two-hour drive south of Washington, DC last week. We stayed at Quality Inn of Beacon Marina on Back River as seen on the feature photo. The surrounding was so beautiful that […]

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More Hummingbirds

It’s a challenge to capture nice fast-moving hummingbird images. Of course, sharpness is the utmost essential criteria but the gesture of the bird and the simplicity of the background are important as well.  I decided to take up the challenge again this morning and ended […]

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Queen Anne’s Lace

The Queen Anne’ Lace flower resemble lace. It earned its common name from a legend that tells of Queen Anne of England (1665-1714) pricking her finger and a drop of blood landed on white lace she was sewing. Belonging to the carrot family, Queen Anne’s […]

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