Although we adapt quite well in the liquid splendor of the ocean it’s of no comparison to ocean mammals.
Wouldn’t it be nice to be able to get a view like this? Or any of the other countless views exclusively available to birds.
I’ve seen pictures of them, but to actually have the chance to capture my own images of the grey whales was truly amazing.
From the distance all you hear are farts. Cross over the sand dunes to find hundreds of giant piles of blubber. They are elephant seals of course!
Hundreds of them lazing in the sunshine!!! What are they up to? and most importantly, what does this scene sound like?!! This is elephant seal mating season
We all know what happens at lovers point. We take really nice sunrise pictures, get your mind out of the gutter!
The world is lush with unique animals and species. Birds of the world brings all of our feathered friends together.
A beautiful Hummingbird silhouette sits atop of a tree overlooking the rolling hills of California’s beautiful coast.
Gliding on glassy waters, early morning sunlight peering through the tangles of mangrove mystery, just you and the wildlife. Press play. :)
Here’s our 2014 catch up in a nice little video bundle. We hope you’ve enjoyed our year in travel 2014, consider joining us next year!
After spending a week getting acquainted with the wildlife and landscapes of the rockies, we created an epic Wilderness of the Rockies video
While we were visiting Maryland we had a series of small outdoor adventures. Autumn Nature in Maryland We went canoeing, hiking, apple picking, and hunting for sunflowers. We came back with photos we love as treasures and we’re going to share some of favorites with you. Most have their own little story. Good Views, Good friends, Good times. The featured image above was taken from the top of sugarloaf mountain where we set up our hammock and just chilled for a few hours in good company. We were up there with the birds, enjoying autumn’s warm sun rays. Row Row Row your boat The following images were taken on a canoe trip right out of Gabriel’s uncle’s back yard. Ripples on a windy stretch of the ride. Water droplets shine in the early morning sun Our hidden canoe. Orchard Treasures These lovelies were some of the few remaining fruits at the end of the apple picking season. There weren’t many left on the trees for picking but we had no problem taking them right off the ground. Botanical Sunshine We were however in the prime of sunflower season, some ladies still had’t come to full bloom, such as this little one reaching out its petals to caress its first rays of sunshine. Still Time in Great Falls At Great Falls park we stopped time long enough to catch some long exposure images of the stunning sunrise, Old Rag Our favorite hike was getting to the top of old rag, where the 360 views are stunning and we snapped this shot. On our way back home we were lucky to witness a marvelous sunset. For the Birds On the edge of the Chesapeake bay, seagulls lined a pier in perfect military form. Everywhere we looked nature basked in the dwindling warm sunshine.