A Dog Named Clara playing with a Young Elk
the nOISES I MADE
Jinetes de EscaramuzaMujeres con fuerza y coraje, honor y familia en un deporte Mexicano. Ellas hacen una unión con el caballo, un verdadero equipo.Belleza y color, movimientos rápidos, riesgo y emoción espectacular. Estas son solo algunas fotografías de las mujeres que me impresionan. Escogí blanco y negro solo por tratar de obtener la escencia de su alma.Escaramuza RidersWomen with honor, courage, strength, tradition and family in one Mexican Sport. The conjunction of rider and horse as one unit combine to become a complete team.Beauty and color, fast movement, risk and spectacular emotion. These are some of the photos of these extraordinary Mexican women in action that impress me. I chose black and white to amplify the essence of their soul.
Dogs man … just, dogs
"Spotted Catbird" (Ailuroedus melanotis)
Also known as the black-eared catbird, Ailuroedes melanotis is a species of bowerbird that is native to north Queensland, Australia and New Guinea. They are unrelated to New World catbirds and get their name due to their cat like call. Like most passerine birds A. melanotis feeds mainly on fruit, flowers, seeds and insects. They are also known to eat small vertebrates and bird eggs as well. Unlike other bowerbirds spotted catbirds form permanent bonds and these pairs will maintain and defend a piece of territory year round.