|Two Appaloosas in a field in North Carolina
In the field
What really can be said about this image it appears to be two white horses in a field. They are technically Light gray Appaloosa horses. Whether
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This is an image of Zebra (Equus quagga or plains/Burchell’s zebra) by a rock in a field. The zebra is a pretty amazing and unique creature. When I look at it I see a horse, no more but also no less with stripes. I should probably say make no mistake this is no horse.
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An African Elephant (Loxodonta africana) in the brush
The African elephant (Loxodonta africana) is a large and majestic beast. I would love to say this image was taken in Africa but the truth is the image was taken at
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With few exceptions when you search the web for animal art, animal photographs or animal artists you will only find a small handful of art and artists preparing this type of work. The fact is there is literally
Thousands of artists and photographers preparing and selling animals art .
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A Yellow Bellied Marmot sitting on a railroad tie
The Yellow Bellied Marmot (Marmota flaviventris) is also known as a rock chuck. They are considered a ground squirrel. It is native to the western mountains in the US and Canada. An interesting little fellow, when I first seen one in Colorado Springs, Colorado I truly thought it was some sort of groundhog. Someone told me what it was but by the time I got off the Cog Railroad, Continue reading “A cute Marmot found on a railroad tie edge”
This is an image of an alligator resting on a porch. This was a mock up of their natural habitat at a Kentucky aquarium.
The bayou alligator (Alligator mississippiensis) image was taken actually at an aquarium. The display was made to simulate the Louisiana bayou.
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The end of the day for the Amish plow team